The University of Limerick is hosting the HOME_EU Project meeting this 24-25 of May, scheduled with the aim of updating and reviewing all the work done since the launching of the Project, the last October, 2016. The teams managing the eight Working Packages of the Project shared the progress made, the stage of their work [...]
HOME_EU Work Package 3 is led by partners at the Department of Psychology, University of Limerick, Ireland. The work package involves research with homeless services users in both Housing First and Other Services across eight European countries: Ireland, Italy, France, Netherlands, Portugal, Poland, Spain and Sweden. Partners in each country will collect questionnaire data at [...]
The research unit from Aix-Marseille University is responsible for the European survey on the public’s opinion about homelessness and the willingness to fund for social innovation to reduce homelessness. This telephone survey will be carried out in eight European countries: Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Poland, and Sweden, and has already started in France. They [...]
Several partners from HOME_EU project participate in a cross-country research project for mutual learning on the Housing First implementation launched at an international level in 2016. This project assesses the fidelity of a HF program to the core principles of the original HF model, Pathways to Housing, as well as the different adaptations of the [...]
The Housing First Hub Europe website officially launched in the last May 11, 2017 was established by FEANTSA (European Federation of National Organizations Working with Homeless People) and the Y-Foundation (Finland), along with more than 15 partners (Impuls-Radboud University Medical Center – RUMC (Netherlands) and RAIS Fundación (Spain). It is a group of social organizations, [...]
Portuguese Government assumes permanent housing to tackle homelessness.
Our partner from Holland, Impuls -Netherlands Center for Social Care Research, is responsible for the social policy study within the context of the Home_EU project. The main purpose of the Social Policy Study is to provide an analysis of social policies within the EU on the theme of homelessness. In 8 European countries - Ireland, [...]
The research team from the Opole University (Poland) aims to contribute towards the advancement of a European theory of justice through an extreme example of social inequality, long-term homelessness, together with partners from the other European countries. We also work on understanding how the European Union may increase the capacity to reverse inequalities and promote [...]