|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Book Chapters and Sections|
|Title:||Policies to Address Homelessness: Rights-Based Approaches|
|Citation:||Anderson I (2012) Policies to Address Homelessness: Rights-Based Approaches. In: Smith SJ, Elsinga M, O'Mahony LF, Eng OS, Wachter S, Fitzpatrick S (ed.). International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Vol 5. International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, 5, Oxford: Elsevier Science, pp. 249-254.|
|Series/Report no.:||International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, 5|
|Abstract:||Homeless, To be homeless: state of lacking adequate shelter; state of lacking a secure, adequate, affordable private space from which to conduct one's life. Note that definitions vary according to social and cultural context as well as national and international legal frameworks. Homelessness: Recognised social phenomenon of identifiable population lacking adequate housing; field for welfare policy intervention by state and non-state agencies in local, national, and international spheres. Justiciable right to housing: Right to housing which is enshrined in law and legally enforceable through the court system in a nation state by individuals or households lacking adequate accommodation. Social right to housing: Right to housing conveyed through a national constitution, a national welfare system, or an international treaty which acknowledges housing as a fundamental human right for those subject of such a constitution, welfare state, or international treaty, and where states seek to ensure housing as a human right but do not necessarily guarantee an individual right enforceable at law.|
|Rights:||Reprinted from International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, Susan J Smith (ed), ‘Policies to Address Homelessness: Rights-Based Approaches’, by Isobel Anderson, pp.249-254, Copyright 2012, with permission from Elsevier. The original chapter is available from http://www.elsevier.com|
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