Homelessness: The legal definition of homelessness is that a household has no home in the UK or anywhere else in the world available and reasonable to occupy. The United Nations has defined homeless households as “households without a shelter that would fall within the scope of living quarters. They carry their few possessions with them, sleeping in the streets, in doorways or on piers, or in any other space, on a more or less random basis.” Maslow heirarchy of Needs homelessness first rung as this is due the lack of the basic resources , including food, shelter. We at The Housing Economist we would like to see the end to homelessness on a global level by helping to develop innovative solutions.

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