IGH staff had the privilege of attending and presenting at the CISCAL “Situation de Calle en América Latina” conference in Mexico City in October.
Vincentian Family at the U.N.
“We have more troubles here than ever.” These words could easily be said today, couldn’t it? But these words were not spoken on the news this morning…
There has been remarkable activity at the UN this fall.
The Season of Creation begins September first on the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation and ends October 4 Feast of St. Francis of Assisi.
If this were a sporting event, the coach would be screaming.
On August 7, in São Paulo, Brazil, representatives of the Ruff Institute of Global Homelessness (IGH) were delighted to sign the formal Vanguard City partnership agreement…
The Maastricht Principles on the Human Rights of Future Generations were adopted in early 2023 and supported by almost sixty leading experts in legal and human rights from different parts of the world.
The High-Level Forum (HLPF) to prepare the to review the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is around the corner – July 10 – 19, 2023
One evening in the early 1970s, Michael Pachovas and a few friends wheeled themselves to a curb in Berkeley, Calif., poured cement into the form of a crude ramp, and rolled off into the night.
Access to quality data is essential in addressing the challenge of homelessness.
Since starting my work as the NGO Representative for the Sisters of Charity Federation at the United Nations at the start of the year, there is a plethora of justice issues that demand our attention.
The history of Social Development at the UN continues to echo but more rhymes are needed so that it leads to a fulfillment of the promises of placing people at the center of development, eradicating poverty, providing productive employment and decent work, and creating social inclusion.