Rough Sleeping Roma in the City of Westminster

This report was prepared by the Roma Support Group on behalf of St Mungo’s and Westminster City Council. It present findings of research carried out with Roma migrants sleeping rough in Westminster, including interviews with 64 Roma rough sleepers. This report offers recommendations for the Greater London Authority, Westminster City Council and homelessness organisations, in […]

The homelessness legislation: an independent review of the legal duties owed to homeless people

This report outlines the findings of an independent expert panel who assessed the strengths and weaknesses of current homelessness legislation in England. It recommends legislative changes in order to prevent and tackle homelessness more effectively. St Mungo’s was part of the independent panel of experts which also included lawyers, homelessness charities, academics, local authorities and […]

Stop the Scandal: an investigation into mental health and rough sleeping

It’s not right that anyone should be without a home, and it’s nothing short of a scandal that people with mental health problems are stuck sleeping rough. St Mungo’s has investigated the issue of mental health and rough sleeping to improve our understanding of the problem and propose some solutions. Our research is based in […]