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We cannot go on like this!

by Patrick Duce

Patrick Duce, Campaign Impact Manager at World Habitat, takes a look at the new report from the Shelter-led Co…

Rising homelessness is always the result of failed policies

by Juha Kaakinen

Juha Kaakinen is the CEO of Finland’s Y Foundation – who won a World Habitat Award in 2014. The Y Foundation h…

How ethnic minorities and migrant communities help secure housing rights

by Lorena de Ferrá

Despite being a multicultural nation, the UK is one of the many countries where there are significant disparit…

Intersections: from North American CLT experiences to global connections

by Mariangela Veronesi

“Act locally, but think globally!’ Across different continents, finding (and keeping) affordable, satisfying h…

We are not invisible

by Pavol Sabela

In short, the situation for homeless people in Bratislava is bad. Estimates show 5,000 people are homeless and…

So where do the houses come from?

by Louise Winterburn

When I tell people that I work on a campaign to end street homelessness in Europe by using the Housing First a…

There is no agony like bearing an untold story inside you

by Celeste Sangster

I was three and a half when dad died. Mum didn’t know how to cope and my relationship with her has been diffic…

Constructing Labour Communities: Making life better for labourers in India

by Jennifer Line

Every year almost all the projects submitted to the World Habitat Awards reinforce my passion about housing ri…

Indigenous people’s fight for land rights is a fight for all of us

by Jelly Moring

The scale of hardship that millions of indigenous peoples face across the world is staggering. They have been …

Setting the global agenda for community-led housing

by Mariangela Veronesi

Some rooms just feel like they’re filled with so much inspiration, knowledge and passion. We were very lucky t…