“Seeing” Homelessness Through Data

Street homelessness is in many ways a very visible social and infrastructure issue, while sheltered homelessness and inadequate housing are less obvious to the observer.

Americans Are Waking Up to the Homelessness Crisis. Here’s How to Fix It

On April 22, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in City of Grants Pass, Oregon v. Johnson—a case which aims to determine whether local governments can make it a crime for someone to live outside and unsheltered if they have no home.

Empowering individuals and communities: reflections from Manila

Recognised as a form of homelessness by the Institute of Global Homelessness, slums are often characterised by overcrowding, inadequate infrastructure and lack of access to basic services.

From Global Advocacy to Action: Developing Homelessness Prevention Policies and Programs

Stakeholders, including the United Nations, advocate for expanding prevention strategies to avert future homelessness.