The European Consensus Conference on Homelessness was an innovative policy process seeking to establish common understandings on fundamental questions about homelessness in order to provide a basis for future policy progress. It was an initiative of the Belgian Presidency of the EU Council, co-organised with the European Commission. FEANTSA (the European Federation of Organisations Working with the Homeless) co-ordinated the process and the French Government was a key partner. The conference took place on the 9th and 10th of December 2010 in Brussels.
Report: Housing Solutions to Youth Homelessness Based on a Human Rights Approach - Report of the 2017 Study Session Organised by FEANTSA Youth
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