According to a report by Crisis and the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Ending Homelessness, nearly 2,000 domestic abuse survivors are at risk of homelessness. The report said that under local authority rules some victims are not given priority need. Crisis are calling on the Government to amend the Domestic Abuse Bill and extend priority need status to all victims who are homeless because of domestic abuse.
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20 Oct 2023
Establishing Modern Slavery Risk Assessment and Due Diligence in Adult Social Care: A Commissioning Officer’s Guide
Earlier this month (10 October) the Local Government Association and University of Nottingham Rights Lab jointly published a newly released...Read More