We can see a crisis of rough sleeping looming down the tracks and PRSC is calling for an urgent public debate about how the public funds and political will can be best used to actually start reducing the numbers of people who find themselves homeless or in insecure housing…
Film screening and discussion around the issues of homelessness. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.
Priyanka Raval of the Bristol Cable will be sharing her insight into the complicated question of rough sleeping and the law. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.
Members of the Bristol Housing Action Movement will be sharing their insights into the complicated question of squatting and the law. Part of the School of Activism 2.0 curriculum.
Open call for artists, performers, musicians, workshop leaders and creatives who want to be involved in our monthly arts fair, featuring an exhibition, market, activities, performance etc. See The People’s Art Fair for details of how to get involved.
Taking exhibition Frequently Asked Questions as its basis, The Bristol Cable and PRSC are hosting a public discussion that will explore the broader context around homelessness in Bristol. Featuring a range of contributors, including councillors and frontline service workers this event will explore the structural barriers to housing and different questions relating to homelessness today including structural barriers to housing, support services and societal attitudes. The event will include opportunities for audience members to join the discussion with speakers.
A confidential and safe space to ask questions about homeless deaths and remember people we have lost, hosted by Museum of Homelessness.
What can you expect if you’re homeless and ask your local council for help? Frequently Asked Questions, an ongoing project created by Anthony Luvera and Gerald Mclaverty, lifts the lid on the twists, turns and bureaucratic dead ends faced by Britain’s most vulnerable people.
Join us for the launch party of “Frequently Asked Questions”, a new exhibition by Anthony Luvera, which graphically presents research about support and services available to homeless people across dozens of local authorities. Featuring performance by Rising Voices Recovery Choir.