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Groundswell case study for small charities and social change

Field: Homelessness

Groundswell works with people experiencing homelessness around the UK, to create and deliver solutions to homelessness. It had 32 employees and around 50 volunteers; all of the volunteers and 70% of the staff have direct experience of homelessness.

The focus of this case study is the use of peer research to influence policy and practice in a variety of fields for the benefit of people experiencing homelessness. This forms part of the small charities and social change study.

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