Homelessness and Human Rights

Joey White
Content Type
Working Paper
Center on Human Rights Education, University of Denver
For many who have not experienced homelessness its causes lead to stigma and prejudice. But, with 78% of workers in the U.S. living paycheck to paycheck — the probability of experiencing homelessness is more common than most realize. At COHRE we noticed a disconnect between human rights discussions and homelessness. Over the next 5 weeks we have set out to focus on the effects homelessness has on human rights, as well as ways to promote human rights in our community through education on the realities homelessness.
Human Rights, Poverty, Welfare, Homelessness
Political Geography
Global Focus