The UK government has pledged to end rough sleeping within this five-year parliamentary term. Will this require a cross-Whitehall response to coordinate action and drive change? How can we measure progress or know if the pledge has been met? What can we learn from other countries?
Sir Michael Barber was head of Downing Street’s Delivery Unit 2001-05; leading a cross-government review of delivery
Lydia Stazen is the Executive Director at The Institute of Global Homelessness.
Carter Hewgley is Director of Homelessness Initiatives at United Way of Greater Los Angeles.
Rosanne Haggerty is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Community Solutions.
Matthew Wilkins is Manager of Value for Money reports at the UK National Audit Office.
Greg Hurst is Head of Communications and Public Affairs at the Centre for Homelessness Impact.