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With the housing shortage increasingly acute, groups and LAs around the UK are looking to community self-build as a potential solution.
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The Parent Report from Spurgeons Childrens Charity looks at parents’ hopes and concerns for their children and where they turn for help.
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Arts therapies have been found to alleviate anxiety, depression and stress while increasing resilience and wellbeing.
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What is day-to-day life really like for refused asylum seekers? They tell their stories and to voice their opinions on the way they are treated.
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Some highlights from a July 2017 report on research on the debt advice sector commissioned by the Money Advice Service.
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An event called 'Start:Stop' -enabling working people to start their day by stopping to reflect for 10 minutes.
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As well as factors including location, income, etc., the importance of parental engagement in education was assessed.
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In his talk at New Wine, Philip North, Bishop of Burnley, suggests the answer to Church decline is a straightforward one. It’s because we have forgotten the poor.
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Expanding the imagination about democracy could help to focus resources on the projects that are most meaningful to local communities.
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A film emphasises guidelines for journalists to use when reporting poverty. This builds on a pack launched in April 2016
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In the USA, 13 schools in 11 cities are exploring new, innovative ways to engage students and prepare them for the jobs of tomorrow.
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How do we as Christians approach the whole business of economic development? (Lord) Rowan Williams reflects on ethics and enterprise.
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A how-to guide helping members of the public provide spare rooms to migrants experiencing destitution.
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A new book presents a vision for and practicalities of becoming a church where people from all sections of society can find a home and play a part.
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Young female offenders and ex-offenders in particular are in desperate need of positive role models, new skills, new opportunities and new aspirations.
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Does the private rental sector meet the needs of tenants? Do finance and regulation changes help the sector operate more effectively?
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In 2011, Barrio Las Flores in Rosario, Argentina, was overrun by battling drug cartels. Then Gregorio Avalos, a Christian, ran for president of the neighbourhood association and won by four votes.
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