WHEN invites ‘think pieces’ from academics, researchers, service providers and professionals with a policy remit on a wide range of issues related to women’s homelessness.
These ‘think pieces’, which can range from 800-1,500 words, approximately, may, for example:
- provide country-specific information on women’s homelessness (related, for example, to enumeration, patterns or trends in homelessness) that is of interest to European and global audiences;
- discuss an issue or issues that help to advance understanding of women’s homelessness;
- discuss homeless women’s experiences of becoming, being or exiting homelessness; or
- provide insights into the specific experiences or needs of women who experience homelessness.
WHEN is particularly interested in perspectives on: the causes of women’s homelessness; women’s pathways or ‘journeys’ though homelessness; women’s exit routes from homelessness; the intersection of homelessness and domestic violence; and women’s experiences of services and service provision.
To submit a ‘think piece’, you can email the Co-directors of WHEN directly and attach the piece: email@example.com