Institute for Social Policy, Housing, Environment and Real Estate (I-SPHERE)
This research is part of a larger comparative study of migrant homelessness in the UK and the US which will: 1) explore the causal forces influencing migrant homelessness, 2) investigate the strategies used by homeless migrants to confront structural and individual barriers as a means to achieve housing and other needs, and finally 3) consider the role of the state in addressing migrant homelessness from a range of normative perspectives with particular attention placed on the importance of choice.
This is a comparative study of migrant homelessness in the US and the UK using the case studies of Eastern European migrants in Edinburgh, Scotland and Central American migrants in Boston, Massachusetts.
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