Campaigning #stillfighting

For 50 years, Shelter Scotland have fought to make positive change by using the insight gathered from our advice and support work. We use this information to develop our policy, research and campaigning activity. We will continue to fight for long-term and sustainable solutions to homelessness and bad housing in Scotland. We’ll do this by campaigning nationally and locally, and by engaging local communities, so that we can make sure housing and homelessness are a top priority.

Campaigning #stillfighting. Photograph by Jack Mercer.

Campaigning #stillfighting

Pictured: Shelter Scotland’s 50th Anniversary reception event at the Scottish Parliament.

The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s speech recognised Shelter Scotland’s campaigning and policy work over the last 50 years, which has been at the heart of progressive housing initiatives and laws that have been brought in by the Scottish Parliament.

Photograph by Jack Mercer

Campaigning #stillfighting

Pictured: Shelter Scotland’s Community Hub in Glasgow held a grass root community engagement event in the Hidden Gardens, Pollokshields.

People from the area were invited to come and talk to Shelter Scotland staff and enjoy the activities such as face painting, storytelling, playing the Shelter Scotland ‘snakes and ladders’ game to understand what can cause homelessness and listening to live music from local musicians.

Photograph by Izzy Leach

Campaigning #stillfighting. Photograph by Izzy Leach.

Campaigning #stillfighting. Photograph by Izzy Leach.

Campaigning #stillfighting

Pictured: Shelter Scotland’s Community Hub in Glasgow held a grass root community engagement event in the Hidden Gardens, Pollokshields. 

The community event not only marked Shelter Scotland's 50th anniversary and raised awareness about their services and campaigning activity, it also engaged with charities from the local community who came along and set up their own stalls and activities for the event.

Photograph by Izzy Leach

Campaigning #stillfighting

Pictured: Shelter Scotland’s campaign team visit locations throughout Scotland to talk to the public and gather support.

As well asking people to sign up to a campaign, the campaign team also provide advice and support to people who approach them with their housing problems.

Photograph by Erin Brown

Campaigning #stillfighting. Photograph by Erin Brown.

Campaigning #stillfighting. Photograph by Erin Brown.

Campaigning #stillfighting

Pictured: Shelter Scotland’s campaign team visit locations throughout Scotland to talk to the public and gather support.

Shelter Scotland’s campaigning activity allows us to be visible in the community and to engage with the public, local politicians from all parties and the media. It helps to make sure housing and homelessness issues are prioritised.

Photograph by Erin Brown

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