A homeless hub research paper

  It works nationally, regionally and locally to support research networks that focus on solutions to homelessness. The report is now available for the European context and in 7 additional languages! This project raises the profile of homelessness research in Canada, showing that research can and should inform decisions, and contribute to solutions to homelessness. It looks like nothing was found at this location.
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This section is intended to provide support for researchers, those interested in doing research, and those who want to mobilize research in the fight to end homelessness.   Our activities, focusing on education, networking and knowledge mobilization, provide a national and international forum for sharing and collaboration between researchers, service providers, and policy and program developers, in order to explore the links between research and action, and to move towards effective long-term solutions to homelessness.

That is, our focus is on establishing effective mechanisms for knowledge exchange and mobilization in the area of homelessness research in Canada. Bilingual Website Bilingual website with content in English and French Media Embeding Embedding of video and other media in different sections of the site.

Working in collaboration with a range of key stakeholders and (in the non-profit sector and in government), the CHRN is committed to enhancing the impact of research on the homelessness crisis. Maybe try one of the links below or a search?

Social Media Sharing Social Media sharing integration with Facebook, Twitter, etc. The Canadian Homelessness Research Network is housed at York University, Toronto.

I am so clever that sometimes I do not get a single word of what I am saying and get very confused.  Sign up to receive the weekly Homeless Hub newsletter, featuring the most recent Canadian research delivered directly to your inbox. The Canadian Homelessness Research Network (CHRN) brings together in Canada.

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