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John Isserlis
Committed to challenging inequality & social injustice. I still believe for any problem there is humane & workable solution. Commenting on Homelessness a lot
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John Isserlis 13h
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Update on this particularly unpleasant and strong . Yes it did taste of Peanut Butter as advertised on the can. I can confirm there is no place in the world for This one needs a Cease and Desist Order
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Julian House Nov 13
Thank you to everyone who came to the premier of A Roof Over Our Heads this evening. Wonderful film by . Thank you to and all partnering agencies helping to do what we can for those on the streets 🙏🙏🙏
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John Isserlis 23h
Well I shall only be having one of these!
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Mel Brain MSc FCIH Nov 12
It is really difficult to deliver Cold Weather Provision but oh so important. Thank you to all who have made it possible in
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Fiona Carden Nov 12
Even if you don't have a fixed address you can still register to Welcome Team are happy to help - fill in forms, get you registered. Dates and times listed below👇👇👇 our friends at are also able to help
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Patrick Duce Nov 8
Well done , an important reminder that the UK Severe Weather Emergency Protocol (SWEP) is NOT just for cold weather. Each LA sets their own measures, but severe means severe... be that cold, hot, wet or windy etc.
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Jo Prestidge Nov 7
are featured for this kind of work in chapter 17 of Addressing Adversity: and can tell you more
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Homeless Link Nov 7
🎉 We're delighted to announce the recipients of our Ending Women’s Homelessness grants programme, funded by the Government’s Tampon Tax Fund 🎉 Grantees were chosen by a cross-sector, all-woman panel including women with lived experience of homelessness
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John Isserlis Nov 7
Replying to @HomelessLink
Fantastic news and some great organisations and some exciting new partnerships being funded.
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TLRP Nov 6
For those with no fixed address to register to vote. Here Info + simple link to register. Can apply to Gypsy Travellers with no permanent location. Can add to vote campaign. Can Post link.
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Shelter Bristol Nov 6
If you work in homelessness then please take some time to complete this survey.
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Homeless Link Nov 5
🏘️ Nationwide Community Grants () are open to local community housing projects in England (South West/East, London, East & Central regions) 🏘️ Visit to find out more about the programme.
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John Isserlis Nov 4
Replying to @SimonJBowkett
Simon I look forward to seeing you in the office in the near future. When do you start?
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John Isserlis Nov 3
Replying to @Rickviews
My only surprise is it hasn't come with a little dish of Slaw as well. Bet that coffee is unnecessarily weak. Canadians do many things well, but coffee not so much.
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Kate Alaway Oct 30
Sounds great. Must have been interesting to hear what is happening locally with the navigators
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John Isserlis Oct 30
EASL- Enabling Assessment Service London, presenting to a packed room on using the Mental Capacity Act at Rapid Rehousing Pathway conference 'What is the decision the person has to make, do they have to make it now?'
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John Isserlis Oct 30
conference, part of the Rapid Rehousing Pathway 150 Navigators from across the country. Working on continuous support, unlocking doors and removing barriers to ensure people get the accommodation & sustained support they need.
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Jeremy Swain Oct 29
The Cold Weather Fund administered by Homeless Link offers a massive opportunity to help people to escape rough sleeping this winter and the deadline is this Thursday coming.
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John Isserlis Oct 30
I agree all to often services for people who are have failed those using them. The focus on working with people with lived experience @rspie19 will include people with experience of services failing them during their journey.
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John Isserlis Oct 30
Replying to @HomelessLink @mhclg
The Cold Weather Fund is a great chance for smaller organisations to enhance or develop new winter service for people who are and First closing date on this fund is tomorrow, so you better hurry.
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