Passive adaptation or active engagement? The challenges of Housing First internationally and in the Italian case

This paper  by Michele Lancione, Alice Stefanizzi and Marta Gaboardi offers a nuanced and critical understanding of the ambiguities related to the international success of this policy, with specific references to the challenges associated to its translation in the Italian case.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318027576_Passive_adaptation_or_active_engagement_The_challenges_of_Housing_First_internationally_and_in_the_Italian_case

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