19 June 2019

9:00 to 9:30 – Registration and Reception

9:30 to 10:00 – Opening Ceremony
Speaker from la Caixa (tbc)
1 or 2 speakers from local authorities (tbc)
The HOME_EU Project: Contributions for the advancement of the individualized, scattered and permanent Housing First Model for a mainstream social policy in Europe
José Ornelas, HOME_EU Principal Investigator, APPsyCI/ ISPA – Instituto Universitário (Portugal)
Chair: José Manuel Caballol, RAIS Fundacion (Spain)

10:00 to 11.30 – Panel 1
Homeless Services Users’ Experiences of Rehabilitation and Growth Related Recovery in Housing First and Traditional Services
Ronni M. Greenwood, Rachel M. Manning, & Branagh R. O’Shaughnessy. University of Limerick (Ireland)
Introduction of Housing First in the Spanish context
Roberto Bernad, Housing First Director of RAIS (Spain)
The effect of Housing First on recovery – a comparison with the staircase model. An 18-month follow-up
Leo Bothen, Hakan Kallmen, Master in medicine Karolinska Institutet
Housing First and Community Integration: The “Casas Primeiro” Program in Lisboa.
Teresa Duarte, Inês Almas, AEIPS (Portugal)
Moderator: tbc

11:30 to 12:00 – Break

12:00 to 14:00 – Panel 2
The willingness to pay of European citizens for the Housing First model
Sandrine Loubière. PhD. Researcher, Health economist. Aix Marseille University (France)
Social quality of homelessness policies within 8 European countries
Sandra Schel, Judith Wolf, Radboud University Medical Center (Netherlands)
Important results of the HOME_EU project for the problem of homelessness in Poland
Anna Bokszczanin, Aleksandra Rogowska, Professors at the Institute of Psychology, Opole University (Poland)
É UMA CASA, Lisboa Housing First – a program for PWUD who experienced chronic homelessness
Maria Carmona, Américo Nave, CRESCER (Portugal)
Service characteristics affecting providers’ work with people experiencing homelessness through Photovoice Projects
Marta Gaboardi, Massimo Santinello, Department of Developmental and Social Psychology, University of Padova (Italy)
Moderator: Freek Spinnewijn, FEANTSA (Belgium)

14:00 to 15:00 – Lunch

15:00 to 16:30 – Panel 3
The Service they work in: organizational characteristics and providers well-being
Michela Lenzi, Massimo Santinello, Department of Developmental and Social Psychology, University of Padova (Italy)
A Capabilities Approach to Homeless Service Provision: Comparing the perspectives of Housing First & Traditional Services users in Europe
Branagh R. O’Shaughnessy, Rachel M. Manning, Ronni M. Greenwood. University of Limerick (Ireland)
Public opinions for an innovation in social and care management of homelessness in Europe: the Housing First model
Owen Taylor, PhD. Research associate (Postdoc). Aix Marseille University (France)
Public opinion (title tbc)
Paul Toro, HOME_EU Adviser Wayne State University (USA)
Moderator: Ulla Beijer, Karolinska Institute (Sweden)

16:30 to 17:00 – Break

17:00 to 18:30 – Panel 4
Prevention. (title tbc)
M.B. Shinn, HOME_EU Adviser, University of Vanderbilt (USA)
Lifetime prevalence and 5-year prevalence of homelessness in Europe: results from the HOME_EU citizen survey
Aurélie Tinland, MD, Psychiatrist. Aix Marseille University (France)
Title tbc
Teresa Bispo, Tiago Cruz, Carla Pereira, Municipality of Lisboa (Portugal)
Research methods towards the promotion of Social Justice: The path of the HOME_EU Project
Maria Vargas-Moniz, HOME_EU Researcher. APPsyCI/ISPA – Instituto Universitário (Portugal)
Moderator: (tbc)

18:30 pm – Closing Remarks
All Consortium members

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