Coping with homelessness: issues to be tackled and best practices in Europe
Arising from EUROHOME: 'Emergency and Transitory Housing for Homeless people: Needs and Best Practices', this book reviews the state of knowledge in the field, analyzes recent trends and discusses the prospects for improving preventative and responsive policies towards housing exclusion in Europe.
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Access to Housing: Homelessness and Vulnerability in Europe
Bill Edgar,Joe Doherty,Henk Meert
Limited preview - 2002
POVERTY SOCIAL EXCLUSION
Free Markets Poverty and Social Exclusion
Theoretical Uses and Misuses of the Notion of Exclusion
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analysis approach areas asylum seekers Aussiedler authorities Avramov Brussels cent centres characteristics clients context Copenhagen Council of Europe countries Danish debate Denmark dwelling economic estimate European Commission European Union EUROSTAT factors FEANTSA Finland Finnish Germany Greece groups Helsinki homeless and houseless homeless persons homeless population hostels households housing deprivation housing exclusion housing market housing policy immigrants important income individual institutions interviews labour market lack living marginalisation measures mental methodology municipalities night shelters normal housing number of homeless organisations Paris Paugam perspective possible poverty present programmes question questionnaire relations rent risk sample service providers services for homeless situation social exclusion social housing social policy social problem social protection social welfare society soup kitchens specific statistics street structural survey targeted temporary accommodation types unemployment urban users West Germany