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General Election 2017 - Conversations about homelessness and housing in the Humber Region.

At HumberHelp we believe the General Election is not a 'one issue' - Brexit - debate. Housing is an issue for all of us, and homelessness an issue for many.

In the run up to 8th June we'll be having conversations with parliamentary candidates, politicians and policy makers, housing and homelessness sector professionals, and those affected by housing matters. We'll be asking questions, and reflecting on homelessness and housing issues together.

Please listen to the interviews, share online, and join in the conversation. We'll be delighted to hear from you.
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Andrew Smith

Andrew leads Hull Homeless Community Project.

Recently celebrating its first year of operating as a registered charity, we look at HHCP's development, management, and vision.
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Ben Hanson

Ben is Programme Leader for Housing Strategy at Hull City Council.

The council is currently undertaking a consultation and renewing its 'Preventing Homelessness Strategy'.
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Martin Deane

Martin is Green Party candidate for Hull North.

He has served as a councillor, and is a supply-teacher.
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Emma Hardy

Emma is Labour's candidate for Hull West and Hessle.

A former teacher, she has also served on Labour's National Policy Forum for Housing.
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Andrew Young

Andrew Young, Chair of Trustees, Emmaus Hull & East Riding.

This relatively new charity in the city provides accommodation and support to 30 people.
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Malcolm Smith

CEO of YMCA Humber.

YMCA Humber is one of the region's largest providers of accommodation and support to homeless young people.
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Carl Minns

Carl is Liberal Democrat candidate for Yorkshire East.

A former Leader of Hull City Council, he now works as a teacher in a west Hull academy.

Do you have something to say about housing or homelessness in the Humber region? Get in touch!