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Este é o Framework do Institute of Global Homelessness's traduzido no idioma português. A Estrutura captura três grandes categorias de pessoas que podem ser consideradas sem-teto, definidas como "sem acesso a moradias minimamente adequadas".
Ruff Institute of Global Homelessness (IGH), International Journal on Homelessness (IJOH)
  The Ruff Institute of Global Homelessness (IGH) partnered with the International Journal on Homelessness (IJOH) to celebrate the launch of its first issue. For this webinar, researchers presented their papers featured in the first issue of the...
While 2021 was challenging in many ways, as we grappled with the continued COVID-19 pandemic and its implications for our work, we made some significant progress that sets a strong foundation for 2022. In this month's issue, we reflect on our work...
This month's newsletter highlights approaches to multi-sector and community collaboration.
Ruff Institute of Global Homelessness (IGH)
This month’s issue highlights resources and tools to improve the spread of knowledge and research on homelessness internationally.
Volker Busch-Geertsemaa, Dennis Culhane, Suzanne Fitzpatrick
There is no globally agreed definition of homelessness. Even within countries, the topic can be contentious. At the same time, we know we can’t measure and solve a problem we can’t define, so in 2015 IGH made developing shared language on...
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...