Manchester Homelessness Charter
The Manchester Homelessness Partnership calls on the citizens of Manchester, the city council, healthcare and other public sector services, charities, faith groups, businesses, institutions and other organisations to adopt the values of this charter; and to implement it through improved working practices, specific pledges and by working together in new ways.
While homelessness remains, this charter provides guiding principles concerning the rights of people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. We believe that everyone who is homeless should have a right to:
We believe that those who work with homeless people have a collective responsibility to ensure that:
Everyone has a role to play in improving outcomes for homeless people. If you wish to adopt the vision and values of the Manchester Homelessness Charter, you should demonstrate your commitment by doing the following:
The Manchester Homelessness Charter is a symbol of our mission to end homelessness in our city by uniting people, organisations and businesses with one shared vision. Find out more about the Charter and how it was created:Read about the charter