Manchester Metropolitan University is proud to be a signatory to the Manchester Homelessness Charter, which is the city’s approach to tackling homelessness. It has been developed by uniting people, organisations and businesses with one shared vision – to end homelessness in Manchester.

The Charter outlines the principles that establish how people experiencing homelessness should be treated and how the city intends to deal with the problem. It calls for action from those who agree to adopt the values of the Charter to make a pledge to demonstrate their support. All pledges are expected to involve making a commitment to doing something new to tackle homelessness in the city.

Where next?

Our Pledges
Get Involved
Case Studies

Further information

You can find out more about homelessness in Manchester - the current situation, and what work is being done to improve things through the Street Support Network.

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