Berkeley Foundation – Rethinking Homelessness ‘What Works?’ report
Rethinking Homelessness is a collaborative project, supported by the Berkeley Foundation, which provides a platform for charities and public bodies to share ideas and knowledge to tackle homelessness and poor housing. Over the course of three years, the project has addressed issues around prevention, multi-sectoral working and emotional resilience.
The latest report from Rethinking Homelessness, ‘What Works?’, is a collection of three essays on the subject of trust: what is epistemic trust?; a practitioner’s perspective on trust; and the practical implications of focusing on trust.
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