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Homelessness, Crime and Belonging

Northumbria University


Local authority and third sector practitioners will join with activists and academics for a roundtable discussion considering links between home, homelessness, and crime. The nature of ‘antisocial’ behaviour, victimisation and harm, and the social identity of those living for whom the street is a place of home will be among the topics addressed in a thought-provoking and boundary crossing discussion.

Participants will include Neil Munslow MBE (Active Inclusion, Newcastle City Council), Becky Elton (Changing Lives), Dr Jamie Harding and Adele Irving (respectively senior lecturers in Research Methods and Criminology, Northum-bria University), and other key practitioners from the statutory and voluntary sectors.

This event is free to attend and booking is not required

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Northumbria University
Room 204, Lipman Building
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear


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