Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd June 2022
FEANTSA Policy Conference 2022: Towards a Vision for Ending Homelessness
Croke Park Stadium, Dublin
Please note this programme may be subject to change.
Registrations Have Closed
FEANTSA is delighted to announce that registrations are open for our Policy Conference 2022: Towards a Vision for Ending Homelessness which will take place on the 2nd & 3rd of June in Dublin.
Our first all in person conference since the beginning of the pandemic, this year we have decided to shake up the format with a variety of different sessions including the usual workshops and seminars as well as "spotlight on" sessions and "conversations with...". Furthermore, site visits are back! And we have a full day of site visits planned with services across Dublin on Thursday 2nd. Site visits are open to all conference participants, as part of your registration you can select which site visit you want to attend but places are limited and are secured on a first come first served basis.
We look forward to seeing you soon in Dublin!
Programme overview & presentations:
Open Space to Discuss the Humanitarian Crisis Resulting from Ukraine
Young Women Experiencing Homelessness
Healthcare for People Experiencing Homelessness
Working with cities: what are the housing solutions to specific urban challenges?
Challenging measures that criminalise homelessness
Measuring homelessness: What & How
Spotlight on Danish Homelessness Strategy
Spotlight on Annual Overview of Homelessness & Housing Exclusion
In Conversation with Patrick Develtere & Yves Leterme on the European Platform on Combatting Homelessness
In Conversation with Juha Kaakinen: A Finnish View from Retirement
Climate Change & Homelessness
LGBTIQ Youth Homelessness
Housing for Migrants & Asylum seekers during crisis periods
Building Blocks for a Campaign on the Right to Housing
Who is the homeless sector?
Spotlight on Housing First 2.0 - A Renewed Beginning in Finland
In Conversation with Outreach Workers
FEANTSA in the Hot Seat
Financing Housing Solutions for People Experiencing Homelessness
Local Approaches to Homelessness Among Mobile EU Citizens
Mental Well Being of Frontline Workers
Inconvenient Truths about Homelessness
Housing First and Women
Child Rights Simulation