The results of an extensive study commissioned by the Invisible People website either may surprise you, or confirm what you have suspected.
Articles in Homelessness
There seems to be a range of attitudes toward the homeless. How do you further conversations with people who have different starting points and live in other categories than your own?
Renato Lima de Oliveira, took part in the panel discussion titled “Digital Technology at the Service of Ending Homelessness,” together with other experts on the subject.
During our pandemic, the lack of restrooms has become an issue for delivery workers, taxi and ride-hailing drivers, and others who make their living outside of a fixed office building.
What happens to students if their parents are evicted? They are expected to trade school buildings for spaces in their homes, a change predicated on students having homes in the first place. What happens when that space isn’t there, or when students are suddenly displaced?
In the midst of the debate about wearing masks some wish they had a mask to wear.
Abuse victims. “Why does she stay?” It’s a simple question. The answer is not.
I had the chance to spend Easter with a Vincentian youth group in the community of Palmas del Río, in El Roble parish, Puntarenas, Costa Rica.
Paul Behler was a founding member of the advocacy group Housing Our Neighbors; helped start Baltimore’s first street newspaper, Word on the Street, and was part of a Faces Of Homelessness Speakers Bureau.
Seeing a homeless person with a cell phone raises eyebrows for some people. A formerly homeless person tells how it was a lifeline.
Cynthia Griffith presents some stark facts about evictions faced by both renters and landlords.
There’s much I have experienced about human nature as a school principal, inspector and lecturer, so surely I couldn’t be fazed by anything.