Other Research Outcomes (in addition to the European Journal of Homlessness)
EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness Series
Comparative Studies N°1 - Social Housing Allocation and Homelessness (Brussels – December 2011, Nicholas Pleace, Nora Teller and Deborah Quilgars)
Comparative Studies N°2 - Counting Homeless People in the 2011 Housing and Population Census (Brussels, December 2012, Isabel Baptista, Lars Benjaminsen, Nicholas Pleace and Volker Busch-Geertsema) plus Briefing Document
To order print versions, contact the FEANTSA office
Homelessness Research Over the Last Ten Years
Homelessness Research in Europe - Festschrift for Bill Edgar and Joe Doherty (2010)
More than a decade ago, Bill Edgar and Joe Doherty took on the role of co-coordinators of the European Observatory on Homelessness, a role that continued until 2008. During this period, Bill and Joe, with colleagues, edited 5 books and produced a series of reports, each of which provided comprehensive transnational analysis of aspects of homelessness in Europe. Researchers, service actitioners and policy makers in Europe and indeed further afield, concerned with homelessness have all benefited enormously from the personal and academic qualities that Bill and Joe brought to their work with the Observatory. This collection of essays provide a robust base to assess future research priorities on homelessness in Europe, and are a tribute to Bill Edgar and Joe Doherty, for their collegiality and friendship, and for ensuring that a rigorous and policy relevant research culture was fostered within the Observatory.
Homelessness and Homeless Policies in Europe: Lessons From Research
A report produced in the context of the European Consensus Conference on Homelessness.
This independent study was commissioned by FEANTSA in the context of the European Consensus Conference on Homelessness, an official event of the 2010 Belgian Presidency of the Council of the European Union (EU).It is available in English
European Reviews of Statistics
This report has two main objectives. First, it collates the development of ideas relating to the measurement of homelessness and housing exclusion in Europe that were presented in previous publications of the European Observatory on Homelessness. This should provide a single source of reference for those interested in the topic. Second, it updates information on homelessness and housing exclusion for all those member states for which information is available.
Collection of Essays in Honour of Henk Meert
From 2002 - 2006, reports were produced under the following headings:
European Statistics (2002 - 2006) - Here you will find five separate statistical reports
Policies on Homelessness in Europe (2003 - 2006) - Here you will find four separate policy reports
Homelessness Research in the European Union (2002 - 2004) - Here you will find three separate research reports
European Thematic Reports (2003 - 2006) - Here you will find twelve separate reports under the headings of 'Changing role of the state', 'Changing profile of homeless people' and 'Changing role of service provision'
Please note that some national reports, which the European reports are based on, are missing for certain years. More national reports exist after 2004, the year of EU enlargement.
Between 1995 and 2004, transnational reports in book form, were published on a number of subjects. These can all be ordered from the FEANTSA office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Immigration and Homelessness in Europe (2004)
Access to Housing (2002)
Women and Homelessness in Europe (2001)
Support and Housing in Europe (2000)
Services for Homeless People (1999)
Coping with Homelessness (1999)
Youth Homelessness in the European Union (1998)
The Invisible Hand of the Housing Market (1996)
Homelessness in the European Union (1995)
These books were based on a series of National Research reports. Please use the thematic part of the search engine to find the National report.
If you can not find what you are looking for please contact the FEANTSA office email@example.com