GUIDING PRINCIPLES

  • We can end and prevent homelessness

  • Public policymakers must address the underlying structural, economic and social issues that contribute to the lack of decent affordable housing, the creation of disadvantaged neighborhoods, hunger and homelessness

  • Safe, decent, affordable and accesible housing, healthy food and access to quality healthcare are basic human rights

  • People experiencing homelessness should not be criminalized, or otherwise deprived of their rights, due to their lack of stable housing

  • Coalition-building with community members and public eduction are effective catalysts for change

  • Currently and formerly homeless people must be active and equal participants in decision making bodies that address the issue of homelessness

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