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Homeless applicants and internal reviews

Halliday, Simon and Cowan, David and Hunter, Caroline (2003) Homeless applicants and internal reviews. Legal Action. p. 8. ISSN 0266-3953

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Abstract

Reports on a study of internal reviews in homelessness cases from the perspective of the homeless. Considers the reasons for non pursuit of internal reviews including: (1) ignorance of the right to internal reviews; (2) scepticism about internal reviews; (3) the rule bound image of the decision making process; (4) applicant fatigue; (5) satisfaction with adverse decisions; and (6) finding other solutions to homelessness.