To what extent do organisations work together to provide housing services for military veterans, in Scotland?. Presented by Christine Robinson. The Presentation Outline. Current issues on veterans & housing. The demographics of the armed forces. Veterans’ homelessness & housing services.
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To what extent do organisations work together to provide housing services for military veterans, in Scotland?
Presented by Christine Robinson
Soldier fears return to UK will mean homelessness
The soldier - who was awarded the Freedom of the City of Aberdeen was told that there was no housing available for him and his family and he would have to go on the homeless list until a house became available.
Published on Friday 22 July 2011 in the Scotsman.
Pte Stinger, triple amputee injured in Afghanistan housed by Thurrock Council in an unsuitable for wheelchair use 6th floor flat.
Current housing advice from the Scottish Government is that “you should give applications from ex-service personnel fair and sympathetic consideration. You should give ex-service personnel the same priority for housing as those with a similar level of housing need” (Scottish Government 2008).
The theoretical framework adopted to guide this study is Stoker G (1998) ‘5 Propositions of Governance’. The next 5 slides relate the study and the current literature to each proposition to validate the choice of framework for this research.