Members
Secretariat
Working
Groups
European Observatory
on Homelessness
Housing Rights Watch
Local & National Authorities
FEANTSA Youth
Housing First Europe Hub

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HABITACT


FEANTSA coordinates a European exchange forum on local homelessness strategies composed of cities across Europe.
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Ministries’ Forum


FEANTSA facilitates an informal forum of ministers responsible for homelessness.
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Housing Rights Watch


FEANTSA facilitates this interdisciplinary European network of associations, lawyers and academics from different countries, who are committed to promoting the right to housing.
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Housing First europe Hub


The Hub is a European platform which aims to further develop and promote Housing First in Europe. It is the result of a joint venture with the Y-Foundation.
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FEANTSA Youth


FEANTSA coordinates a youth network which aims to prevent, reduce and end youth homelessness by advocating for housing rights, developing prevention strategies, raising public awareness, training professionals and building cooperation/coalitions within the service providers or other stakeholders.
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Secretariat


The FEANTSA Secretariat is based in Brussels and is normally composed of 12 members of staff.
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Working Groups


FEANTSA has 5 Working Groups on Health, Housing, Migration, Participation and Housing as a Human Right. They help FEANTSA produce outputs on each of these themes.
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European Observatory on Homelessness


FEANTSA set up the Observatory in 1992 to support the production of high quality research on homelessness.
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FEANTSA Membership


FEANTSA has 130 members working in 33 countries . Its democratic decision-making structures are composed of: the General Assembly, the Administrative Council and the Executive Committee.
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