The Good Home Dialogue brought together people with experience of poor-quality homes. But dialogue, when it works well, isn’t just about hearing people’s problems, it entrusts them with the tools to critically assess potential solutions.
This is the final report from the Good Home Inquiry which examines the problem of unsuitable and low-quality housing. It proposes solutions including a 'Good Home Agency' that provides access to information and advice, and a cross-government housing strategy with a ministerial champion to implement it. It also calls for NHS England, local authorities and Integrated Care Systems (ICS) to include housing as a key part of preventative strategies to improve population health and address health inequalities.
This publication outlines trends in the employment status of people over 50 in the UK. It explores the employment rate of this age group, the average age of exit from the labour market and the employment rate gap between those 50 and over and people between 35-49.
Evidence increasingly shows that communal eating promotes social bonding and feelings of well-being. It also enhances people’s connections to their communities. This practical guide is aimed at groups and organisations wishing to set up social eating activities.
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