Sleeping rough is dangerous for everyone. Women sleeping rough carry the added burden of gender-based violence and abuse before, during, and after their time on the streets. Hiding from harm can mean that women are hidden from help and missing from homelessness services and statistics.
To explore how we can understand and end women’s rough sleeping, St Mungo’s commissioned researchers from the University of York Centre for Housing Policy, Joanne Bretherton and Nicholas Pleace, to conduct a rapid evidence review.
The report presents fresh analysis of data from London and across England, alongside new research with women who have slept rough.
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