Join students of the International Relations class in the Department of Political Science of Niagara University in a presentation and discussion of their research on the effects of COVID-19 on Global Homelessness.
Articles in Homelessness
Lucrecia is a cancer survivor and was in the army for four years. She lives homeless in a tent in Los Angeles’s Koreatown.
The rains can be heavy in Kenya, and with climate change, there is more out of season rain. It erodes the traditional mud and stick built houses.
Has the cell phone become a basis need for us… and those experiencing homelessness?
Imagine that! Asking people who had personal experience of what the problem was and what might be the solution.
Is giving money to homeless people a way help them? It might be squandered, or spent on harmful habits. FACTS do not support such thinking.
At the end of March this year we were told, all of a sudden, that we – Sr. Lucia, Sr. Dorothea, Sr. Zeituni and I – had to leave Kenya as soon as possible.
Can you imagine being in the situation of an elderly homeless man living in a tent as a Retirement Plan?
Aside from the cramped space and lack of proper facilities, those who live in their vehicles also have to worry about the legality of their lifestyle – something that is frequently in flux as laws change.
Continuing the presentation of Fr. Robert Maloney’s research into the amazing facts of St. Vincent’s many initiatives with regard to the homeless of his day.
The homeless ranked high on Vincent’s agenda. A careful analysis of his life, writings, and conferences produces a very concrete picture of his works on their behalf.
“More than 95% of those who cycle through [Project HOME]… have never again returned to life on the streets— a success rate that has made the program a model for dozens of other U.S. cities.”