A study of women rough sleepers in four European countries

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Moss, Kate 2018. A study of women rough sleepers in four European countries. Wolverhampton Law Journal.
AuthorsMoss, Kate
Abstract

This paper details the findings of a two year empirical study, funded by the Daphne III Programme of the European Commission, which investigated the issue of women’s rough sleeping in four EU countries. The objectives of the research were to increase the knowledge base relating specifically to women rough sleepers who had suffered domestic abuse and to enhance knowledge and expertise in this field, thus informing future pan European policy. The research revealed specific findings about the context and nature of women’s homelessness, including the fact that many of the current issues that prevail in relation to this social problem have common themes across Europe.

Keywordswomen, homelessness, sleeping rough
Year2018
JournalWolverhampton Law Journal
PublisherUniversity of Wolverhampton
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10545/624760
hdl:10545/624760
Publication dates31 Dec 2018
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Accepted2018
ContributorsUniversity of Wolverhampton
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