Relaunch of the Homeless Bill of Rights

Launched in 2017 and relaunched in 2019, this campaign aims to encourage cities to recognise the rights of homeless people. 

The Homeless Bill of Rights is a compilation of basic rights drawn from European and international human rights instruments specific to the situation of homeless people. The aim of this European campaign is to encourage cities in Europe to reaffirm their commitment to respect the rights of people experiencing homelessness.

International obligations at United Nations level oblige Member States to end homelessness by 2030. The Urban Poverty Partnership of the European Commission has called on cities to take human rights-based approaches to tackling urban poverty and homelessness.

The relaunch starts with some rebranded materials and increased campaigning. Head over to the campaign page here for more information.