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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2008

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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANTSA
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JOURNAL NAME: Queeries
RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2011

“Youth are predominantly driven to the street, not drawn there.” A 2009 report by the Yonge St Mission gives this stark reminder. For LGBTQ youth in Toronto, the story can get worse: many flee from intolerant or violent households, and once on the street or in the shelter system they face the same issues experienced at home.

RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2011

Editorial - Homeless Health, Health and Homelessness:Overcoming the Complexities

Page: 2
By: Young, Suzannah

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It is often observed that homeless people appear disproportionately affected by health problems compared with the general population. This situation must be addressed, but we should avoid pathologising or psychologising homelessness. Neither should we typify homeless experiences. The relationship...
JOURNAL NAME: HIV Australia
RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2009

The “capacity building process” is an essential part of Community-Based Research (CBR)1 and can have a profound impact on the well-being and life course of people living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIVs). ‘Capacity building’ is an approach to personal/professional development that builds independence. One goal of capacity building is to empower people to address their own challenges, particularly those that arise from social inequities and stigma....

JOURNAL NAME: The Magazine of FEANSTA: European Federation of National Organization Working with the Homeless
RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2009

“Sharing the Power – Working together: Participation as a tool to solve homelessness” was the motto of this year’s FEANTSA European Conference2. On this occasion more than 300 participants; service providers together with service users and other experts, came together in Copenhagen on the 23rd of October 2009 to discuss key questions around participation and homelessness and exchange good practices. The European Conference was certainly...

JOURNAL NAME: The American Prospect
RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2000

The richer they get in Manhattan, the more poor people are evicted in Brooklyn. Gary and Virginia have lived at Berkeley Place in lower Park Slope, Brooklyn, for the past 29 years, almost since moving to the United States from Trinidad in the late 1960s. It's a peaceful neighborhood of oak trees and brownstones, a neighborhood of middle-class homeowners near the park and immigrant renters farther west, families who shop together at...

JOURNAL NAME: Perspectives
RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2006

I just gave money to a beggar. Actually, I didn’t give money to a beggar; I gave money to a person. She stopped me as I got off the train this morning at work, begging for a few dollars to buy shoes. She looked like she had been up all night (it was 7am) and I knew she didn’t need shoes. Well, she did, but I knew my money wouldn’t go for shoes. I gave her a dollar, and she cursed me because it wasn’t more; “I’m sick of it!” she said, and I’m...

RESOURCE TYPE: Magazine
PUBLICATION DATE: 2010

Rewind six months to a scene in my senior drama class at Bur Oak Secondary School in Markham. It’s a Friday morning, second period, almost the end of the week. As the students prepare to leave the room, they find the following prompt on the board: “Write a journal entry describing everything you know about homelessness. Due Monday.” The students quickly scribble down the topic, stuff the assignment in their backpacks and make their way out of...

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