Housing First Early Career Researcher Award 2019


The Housing First Europe Hub acknowledges that research on Housing First can benefit decision makers and practitioners and that it is important to monitor and conduct research on how systems respond to the changes in the homelessness policies and services.

Aiming at promoting the interest among early career researchers and the research community in general about the Housing First model across Europe, the Housing First Hub Europe Hub, in collaboration with the European Observatory on Homelessness, launches a yearly Housing First Early Career Researcher Award.

The Housing First Early Career Researcher Award will acknowledge a relevant research article on any Housing First area conducted in Europe.

Manuscripts may be submitted until  May 20th, 2019.

Read more about criteria and how to apply:


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