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Report on Homeless Migrants in Copenhagen
Homeless migrants have few rights, just as this is a group of homeless people about which very little documented knowledge exists. This report describes the experiences Fonden projekt UDENFOR has had in relation to homeless migrants, som that – hopefully – it can contribute to qualifying the future social work.
large part of the young homeless are minorities and socially expelled persons
Young people with immigrant background, mental illness, substance abuse problems, neglect as well as short or no education at all count for a large part of the increasing number of young homeless. This is the case both in Denmark and the rest of Europe, projekt UDENFOR has learned working with young homeless people.
Dying in the cold, a tale about homeless foreigners
At February 8th 2011, 5 pm, the BBC Radio 4 transmitted a 30 minute long broadcast entitled “Europe driving on the right”. The right-wing turn in Scandinavian and especially Danish politics has been put under the scope and depicts the struggle of minimising immigration.
New report from project UDENFOR describes foreign homeless, their problems and needs
Homeless migrants should have the right to get their basic needs covered. Failing to fulfil these social and health needs is inhumane. This could be a place to sleep at night, access to food and counselling and a place to stay when they are ill. These are some of the recommendations brought forward by a new report issued by project UDENFOR on behalf of the social services of the Municipality of Copenhagen. A report supplies knowledge so far unknown on the basis of analyses.
Projekt UDENFOR is happy that homeless migrants are being discussed on a conference about the homeless strategy
So far discussions and solutions in connection to the increasing number of homeless migrants, who live on the street in Denmark, has been met with a wall of silence by the politicians. This silence was, however, breached during yesterday’s conference on the homeless strategy, projekt UDENFOR is pleased to say