Homelessness prevention in Newcastle: Examining the role of the ‘local state’ in the context of austerity and welfare reforms

This report examines how Newcastle’s ‘local state’ (the city council and relevant partners) are preventing homelessness in the context of local government funding cuts and welfare reforms, and how the approaches might be improved. The mixed-methods study has quantitatively compared Newcastle with other core cities using key administrative and survey-based data sources, and employed qualitative interviews and focus groups with expert local stakeholders, frontline workers, and residents with experience of homelessness or homelessness risk.

Publication Date: 
2019
Editor(s): 
Beth Watts, Glen Bramley, Janice Blenkinsopp, Jill McIntyre
Location: 
United Kingdom
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