European Journal of Homelessness, Volume 8.1, August 2014

Housing Homeless People in Europe

At the eighth annual European Research Conference on Homelessness, held in the Alice Salomon Hochschule in Berlin on 20th September 2013, a range of stimulating papers were presented on different aspects of how to move from shelter led to housing led services, and the nature of the supports required to sustain secure occupancy of dwellings for formerly homeless people. The European Journal of Homelessness is delighted to publish a select number of the papers presented at the conference and to further inform the debate on Housing Led/Housing First policies and practices in Europe.




Volker Busch-Geertsema
Housing First Europe – Results of a European Social Experimentation Project

José Ornelas, Paulo Martins, Maria Teresa Zilhão and Teresa Duarte
Housing First: An Ecological Approach to Promoting Community Integration

Anna Balogi and Boróka Fehér
The Possibilities and Limitations of Housing-led Projects: A Hungarian Example

Lara Granelli, Giacomo Invernizzi and Lara Marchesi
The Rolling Stones Project: A Housing Led Experiment in Italy

Eliška Lindovská
Homelessness Coping Strategies from Housing Ready and Housing First Perspectives

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