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International Journal on Homelessness (IJOH) is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal focused on promoting and advancing scholarly communications and academic discourse among all sectors regarding preventing and ending homelessness locally and globally.
An international publication of original, peer-reviewed papers on psychosocial distress and homelessness throughout society.
These organizations conduct research and produce articles, reports, policy statements, and other publications about homelessness worldwide.
The Canadian Alliance to End Homelessness leads a national movement of individuals, organizations and communities working together to end homelessness in Canada.
The Observatory is made up of a core team of researchers from around Europe. The Observatory aims to: facilitate the development of effective homelessness strategies and policies through a strong evidenced-based approach; give international exposure to significant national, regional and local developments and provide a forum for comparative analysis of policy and practice in preventing and tackling homelessness in Europe; stimulate debate on homelessness and housing exclusion at the European level; and assess the lessons for Europe, which can be derived from policy, practice and research from elsewhere.
As part of our efforts to assist practitioners and decision makers to find and tailor effective practice, the IGH Hub aims to create a space where leaders across the world who are working to address homelessness, particularly among people experiencing multiple and severe disadvantage, can access resources to inform and shape their work.