Trust for London has funded our three year project to reduce the number of homeless Londoners who come from other EU Member States, including through supporting more EEA national Londoners to be in employment and build the capacity of London’s voluntary sector to help EEA nationals facing homelessness. The project concluded in April 2016. You can access resources compiled within the course of the project here.
We developed this project to fill the gap in legal services for the disproportionate number of homeless EU citizens in London. Our unique expertise in this area of law enabled us to provide legal advice and casework to achieve sustainable solutions to the problems of poverty and inequality which often underpin homelessness.
The activities we pursued under this project included: