Canadian Observatory on Homelessness
The Canadian Observatory on Homelessness is the largest national research institute devoted to homelessness in Canada. The COH is the curator of the Homeless Hub.
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Author(s): S. Yeo, C. Ratnam, E. Paradis, A. Oudshoorn, B. Nessa, J. Mosher, S. Macphail, S. Greene, S. Gaetz, C. Forchuk, C. Casimir, K. Buccieri, M. Bonnycastle, H. Berman, J. Arsenault, A. Amponash, K. Aguila
Publication Date: 2015
The purpose of this framework is to provide municipalities across Canada a tool that they can adapt to their local setting to end homelessness for women and girls. Approaches to homelessness in Canada have been going through a significant shift from managing people during their experiences of homelessness to permanent solutions that end homelessness. These solutions take a more comprehensive approach in looking at the root causes of homelessness,...
Author(s): E. Paradis, University of Toronto
Organization: FORWARD-Feminist Organization for Women’s Advancement, Rights & Dignity; United Nations
Publication Date: 2006
Report to the United Nations On Violations of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights In Canada.