[Cover Art: Richard Turipa, Auckland. Richard is a pupil of the Auckland City Mission art programme. This particular piece is the result of an international art exchange entitled “This is where I live”, initiated by Café art London.]

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This year several important papers on health inequalities were published by major international organisations, such as the WHO and OECD, and the EU. Together with the recently adopted Council Conclusions under the Finnish Presidency on the Economy of Wellbeing, these reports call for more action to address health inequalities by improving access to health care for all and by addressing the wider social determinants of Health. The starkest manifestations of growing social inequalities with devastating health consequences are seen in the homelessness that is growing in all except one EU member states. It is in this context that we have decided to dedicate this issue of our magazine, “Homeless in Europe”, to the realities of health and homelessness.


The Winter 2019 edition of the Homeless in Europe Magazine contains the following:

Editorial, Dalma Fabian

On the Health of the Hungarian Homeless Population, Zsuzsa Rákosy

Improving Care for Homeless Patients in Hospital, Alex Bax

Homeless healthcare in England – how the experience of homelessness makes a difference, Mark Leonard

Rimbaud and Colette Medical and Social Care Outreach Services (PASS), Dr Priya Tamby

The right to sexuality, Sari Rantaniemi

For an inclusive health care system - the neunerhaus Health Centre, Vienna, Anja Christanell, Stephan Gremmel and Elisabeth Hammer

Casas Primeiro Housing First Program in Lisbon for Homeless People with Mental Illness, Inês Almas and Teresa Duarte

Homelessness and childhood adversity, Charlotte Grey and Louise Woodfine

Cognitive dysfunction - do we acknowledge the difficulties ? Charlotte Obel


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