Breakfast Bites - Morning Webinar Series

As a result of the Covid-19 pandemic many of our members and network are scaling back their services and asking some of their team to work remotely where possible.

In this uncertain time FEANTSA has started a weekly webinar series that aims to connect professionals from across the homeless sector in Europe together to further our joint mission of preventing and ending homelessness.  In the coming weeks we'll run a short webinar every Wednesday morning at 9.30 GMT, 10.30 CET & 11.30 EET.

If you are interested in sharing a practice, service intervention or a policy development from your service, we'd love to hear from you. You can get in touch with Robbie, and we organise your participation to lead a webinar.

Our past webinars and their recordings are posted below, followed by the upcoming webinars in our series.

Motivational Interviewing with Sharon Gurr, Rock Trust, Scotland

You can watch back the webinar and access the presentation below or click here to go straight to our Youtube page.

Click here for Sharon's presentation.

Framework for Defining Youth Homelessness with Robbie Stakelum

FEANTSA has recently published our Framework for Defining Youth Homelessness, a resources services and policy makers can use to capture the needs and profiles of youth homelessness to build a common understanding of what is meant by youth homelessness and develop policies and services that can help prevent and end youth homelessness.

You can watch back the webinar here and access the PowerPoint Presentation below:

You can find Robbie's presentation here.

Catching the Bullet - Self Care for Frontline Workers with Sharon Gurr, Rock Trust, Scotland on 8 April 2020

In this week's Breakfast Bites webinar we welcome back Sharon Gurr for a session on self care for frontline workers exploring the importance of self care to ensure that you remain objective and non-judgemental in frontline work.

You can watch back the webinar here:


Truama Informed Tips During Covid19 with Dr. Ray Middleton, Fulfilling Lives, England, 15 April 2020

Dr Ray Middleton, Workforce development Lead at Fulfilling Lives in the North-East of England will be talking about five trauma-informed tips that can help guide frontline homeless staff during the coronavirus. This will cover what Trauma is, the diversity and difference in trauma responses amongst staff and people without a home, the concept of “Social Resilience” and why that is important to hold in mind, the value of self-care to avoid burnout and five principles from trauma-informed care that can be applied as our practice changes in line with public health advice across Europe.

Click here for more information and registration.