Shelter, the housing and homelessness charity, has partnered with Vice Media Group to shine a light on the breadth and depth of the housing emergency and its disproportionate impact on socially and economically marginalised groups.
The partnership will see a number of documentaries and articles published over the next six months. It comes off the back of Shelter’s ‘Fight for Home’ campaign launch last month, which highlighted the staggering escalation of the housing emergency.
‘Not My Shame’ explores the transformational power of art and community activism to remove the shame, blame and social exclusion felt by young people in precarious housing situations. With the housing crisis disproportionately affecting low-income communities and people of colour, the film looks at how and why these groups are subjected to the most discrimination.