Organise a workshop to contribute towards the Homeful research project

The Homeful research project is working directly with charities and organisations to listen to the voices of people with experience of homelessness. By organising your own Homeful workshop using the documents below, you can help provide valuable insight for the research.

 

The purpose of the workshops is to bring together colleagues, service users or stakeholders to encourage them to think deeply about homelessness and the true meaning of home. The workshops can be completed by small or large groups, is easy to run and should last around one hour and 30 minutes.


Participants will take part in a series of focused discussions aimed at helping them to contribute answers to fundamental questions about homelessness. We have produced a toolkit made up of simple documents to make it easy for anyone to run the workshop. Download these below.

 

At the end of the workshop all the facilitator has to do is complete the accompanying Homeful workshop worksheet and return the results to us. This will feed directly into the Homeful action research project.

 

Will individuals with lived experience of homelessness participate in your workshop?

A £30 pounds voucher will be offered to participants with lived experience of homelessness. Facilitators will receive and be responsible to distribute them to the participants.

To find out more about this, please email homeful@dmu.ac.uk

Accessibility

If you have any issues with access or need further support for any individuals with a disability who may attend your Homeful workshop, please email homeful@dmu.ac.uk.

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