Archive | August, 2016

Letter to the editor: In support of a radical overhaul, not balanced approach

On Tuesday, 23 August 2016 the Cape Argus published an article The issue of street people needs a balanced approach in which mayoral committee member for the City of Cape Town’s Social Development and Early Childhood Development, Suzette Little takes issue with what she terms “the extreme bias” and “negative sentiment” of recent media coverage [...]

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Article of Interest: The voice of street-based people vital for true picture

The following article by regular Cape Argus columnist Danny Oosthuizen appeared on 30 August 2016. The column is in response to an article by Suzette Little, The issue of street people needs a balanced approach that was published on 23 August 2016. The voice of street-based people vital for true picture  Sunday was the Blisters [...]

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Articles of Interest: The issue of street people needs a balanced approach

The following article by Suzette Little appeared in the Cape Argus, 23 August 2016: The issue of street people needs a balanced approach One-sided reporting ignores homeless aid programmes already in place WITH the founding of a new street people’s rights movement, NEHEMIA, and the regular platform provided to the Cape Argus’ homeless columnist Danny [...]

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Resource: Pathways out of Homelessness

Pathways out of homelessness is a research report compiled in 2015 in the City of Tshwane. SPF shares the report here as a resource. Extract from the introduction: “Pathways out of homelessness is the focus, the interest, and the commitment of the collaborative research project described in this Research Report. It is a research project [...]

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