Nearly a quarter of young homeless people identify as LGBTQ+. Akt supports lgbtq+ young people aged 16-25 in the UK who are facing or experiencing...
Youth homelessness is an acute and rising problem. The pandemic has adversely effected young people, many of whom were in unstable jobs and accommodation. But it has adversely affected young people from BAME backgrounds, LGBTQ+ young people and the poorer in our society. We created Networks Against Homelessness to bring together networks and memberships organisaitons from across the built environment to help us solve this.
Our Networks Against Homelessness initiative brings a diverse range of networks from across the industry - many exist to improve diversity in the industry, aiming to make it more accessible for young people from all back grounds. Each year these networks pledge to help us to achieve our mission - through spreading the word about LandAid and youth homelessness with their members and raising funds for our work.
You can find the members of Networks Against Homelessness below.
Also members are:
If you have any questions or are interested in becoming a Network Against Homelessness then please get in touch with Emily Hamilton here.