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NationalHousingTrust Aug 17
Over 24% of renters won’t be able to pay their August rent, and renters owe over $25 billion in back rent. Congress & the Admin must act now to prevent a nationwide . Read more at:
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Tim Gyves Aug 13
Lots of ways to help , writers and artists in need these days - I just donated to Ain't Nothing Going On But the Rent! - have a look and lend your support if you’re able - esp during
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LA City Attorney Sep 8
Mike Feuer: In neighborhoods across our city, residents are struggling to survive L.A.'s affordable housing crisis. It's imperative to do all we can to preserve, and create housing that people can actually afford.
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SocialistAlternative Aug 15
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Christine Boyle Sep 11
"Increased stigma makes it harder to provide the housing, harm reduction, and treatment support that creates real public safety for all."
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Christine Boyle Sep 4
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Sejal Patel Aug 19
Here's our assessment of the on the housing market (spoiler alert - it's not looking rosy!)
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Atira Women's Resource Society Sep 8
“You don’t want people [using substances] in public? Well, consumption rooms are the solution to that. If you don’t like feces everywhere, the solution is toilets — public toilets that are accessible to people." Read more:
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Scholar Hub Aug 23
Finland has a progressive approach to housing policy. The result: There are hardly any homeless people in Finland. 🇫🇮
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Social Democratic Party Aug 15
We think disabled people on low incomes need decent housing. “New council housing will include a sufficient number of homes which are either specifically designed for, or fully modified, for the use of disabled citizens.”
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Social Democratic Party Aug 10
We want to help homeless people. “Tackle homelessness via increased provision of supervised hostel places with support services relating to drug, alcohol and mental health issues.”
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The Shift Aug 31
Gov'ts have the obligation to uphold the . That means putting at the centre of all policies. Not developers or investors.
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Paul Hackett Sep 14
There’s no single . In high cost areas, it’s crisis of affordability - requiring construction of much more . In lower demand areas it’s about local economies, access to jobs and quality of housing/neighbourhoods
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Paul Hackett Sep 5
Really important twin challenges of the and declining high streets don’t result in acres of poor quality conversions. Changes to planning system must ensure high quality, sustainable places and prevent slums of the future.
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Jen Perelman Sep 14
Universal Basic Income could solve the housing crisis & end homeless.
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Tammy Rojas Aug 28
On August 5th during our “March to End State Violence: Fight for Human Rights” action Joe shares how Put People First! PA helped him and Carol avoid homelessness. To learn more about Joe & Carol’s story see link 👉
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The Bristol Cable Sep 15
The man tasked with taking on is stepping down. As the city faces a wave of evictions, what is Paul Smith's take?
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anbsn 🐙 Sep 10
Local housing organizers have tirelessly hounded the city to do this for years; it's great to see them finally take this step. Hope this can become a strong model for mtl's future now that the precedent has been set.
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UniteHousingWorkers Sep 16
"On housing, fewer than one in five thought the govt’s housing policy was working and there was strong support for rent caps and more investment in social housing" + concern about homelessness + 57% guaranteed monthly income.
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Greg Pratt Aug 8
Join us for the Housing and Human Services Advisory Board (HHSAB) August 13 2020 from 6:30 PM-8:30 PM
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