Frontline Worker Survey 2019
The Frontline Network launches the ‘Frontline Worker Survey 2019’, and we want you to help amplify the voic...Find out more
The Unity Project explains how successful the Frontline Network funded workshops have been in helping individuals obtain ‘Recourse to Public Funds’.Find out more
Thanks to every Frontline Worker who completed our survey on the Government's consultation to repeal Section 21: the no-fault eviction notice. Read our submission...Find out more
Our most recent report highlighted the importance of listening to the frontline when considering policy responses to homelessness. Read the report's key findings...Find out more
The South Yorkshire Frontline Network recently held an event which focused on Mental Health and Wellbeing of Frontline Workers.Find out more
InterAction visited Bristol Refugee Rights, to see what lessons could be learned from another organisation supporting asylum seekers and refugeesFind out more
Lindsay Birrell of CAHA Women’s Aid discusses the project funded by Frontline Network which helps those fleeing domestic violence purchase flooring and carpeting.Find out more
Crisis recently spoke with the Frontline Network to advise of the research they have undertaken, which shows that investment in housing benefit could prevent thou...Find out more
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Launch of New Digital Brain Injury Guidance ForumLeigh Andrews of Change Communication is offering specialist advice on brain injuries and homelessness through a new digital forum on the Frontline Network website.
End Furniture Poverty SurveyEnd Furniture Poverty have recently spoken with the Frontline Network to discuss their important ongoing survey, seeking to understand the true ‘Social Value’ of furniture.