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Katherine Johnson, Mark McGreevy, Molly Seeley
Homelessness is a problem that can be solved with the right mix of program interventions, well-coordinated local systems, and effective policy. We know homelessness can be ended because there are cities that have ended it. Others have seen...
OVERVIEW To support your efforts in protecting people experiencing homelessness from the coronavirus and in response preparations, we have collected some guidance and resources from around the world. The coronavirus guidance points to the...
Lonnie Embleton, Hana Lee, Jayleen Gunn
There are vast numbers of children and youth in the world who find themselves connected to the streets. Owing to the difficulties of counting and defining this very fluid population, no accurate estimates exist on the numbers of children and youth...
Edrene Dol Cabantog
Climate change has led to an increase in extreme heat events (EHE) in Canada and globally, which are directly associated with morbidity and mortality. Homeless populations are particularly vulnerable to the health effects of EHE due to a combination...
All research with Aboriginal Peoples, including PiT Counts, should be conducted with an understanding of the potential harm that can result from externally-driven research. Historically, research conducted by European settlers has harmed many...
Once you have the infrastructure in place to develop the plan, you’re ready to begin. To help you frame the process, it is helpful to consider the policy development cycle. Like public policy, developing a plan to end youth homelessness involves...
It is important to acknowledge the experience of Indigenous people in Canada if we are to truly end youth homelessness, particularly in light of their consistent overrepresentation in vulnerable populations. Indigenous homelessness is notably...