Over the period from the 14th to the 27th of November a series of events were held in Spain to raise the profile of homeless people. Using the slogan “Hazme Visible” (make me visible), people took part in marches, open days, cinema screenings, workshops and exhibitions with the aim of upholding the dignity of homeless people and working towards a future where we have nobody homeless. Events were coordinated by Faciam, a network of homeless organisations in Spain, and this was the 24th year the Nadie Sin Hogar (Nobody Homeless) campaign has been run in the country. Read more about what went on here (in Spanish).
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