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  1. The Housing and Work Manifesto

    …s that means no single member of the household aged 16-64 is in work. This manifesto seeks to make the case for the greater involvement of social housing with employment support and calls on all political parties to embrace our set of recommendations which will unleash the potential of social housing in relation to employment support helping more residents gain employment. The three key manifesto principles;- Make it easier for social housing prov…

  2. Election 2017: what to expect, and housing policies

    …le=”Labour” state=closed] Jeremy Corbyn is likely use his first leadership manifesto from 2015 as the key basis for the 2017 manifesto – with a few new Brexit commitments thrown in. For housing, we’re likely to see Labour build on commitments that have developed over the past 18 months, including: A pledge to build 1million new homes in five years, and create a house-building revolution, with at least half a million council homes, through a new pu…

  3. Meet the members

    …e at Family Mosaic? “I lead a team of 27 people delivering Family Mosaic’s manifesto to support tenants and customers into 1000 sustainable jobs between April 2012 -2015, 893 people are now back in work, so I am confident we’ll reach the target – people have worked really hard and I am proud of our approach. Tell us about “Employment Boot Camp” Family Mosaic believes that people in meaningful work lead happier and healthier lives. In 2012 we launc…

  4. Employment Minster Esther McVey champions entrepreneurs and housing associations

    …sther McVey gave a rallying closing speech, supporting the work done by Communities that Work’s members and the determination of residents find work. The event also saw the launch of Communities that Work’s work with ERSA and our joint manifesto called ‘Releasing the potential of social housing in employment support. The Manifesto outlines our goals in supporting residents find work. You can read more about resident’s stories in becoming self empl…

  5. Election round up – what next?

    …She’ll most likely use the alliance or coalition to quietly drop unpopular manifesto commitments, like her politically disastrous social care pledges. Labour Labour hasn’t won, but for many commentators and the Labour party itself, this is a Labour victory. Above all, it’s a victory for Jeremy Corbyn – he’s unlikely to stand aside, and Labour moderates are now unlikely to call for him to go – recognising his success, and acknowledging that he rece…

  6. Employment Minister to be keynote speaker at Communities that Work’s House of Commons event

    …Commons. The event will bring together MPs, social landlords and employment providers to hear from young people who have benefitted from Communities that Work members self employment programmes. As the political parties gear up for next year’s General Election we will also be publishing our joint manifesto with the employment providers industry body ERSA. Our aim is for policy makers to put social landlords at the heart of the employment and skill…