Homeless Bill of Rights
The Homeless Bill of Rights measures work to ensure that homeless individuals are:
- Protected against segregation, laws targeting homeless people for their lack of housing and not their behavior, and restrictions on the use of public space.
- Granted privacy and property protections.
- Allowed the opportunity to vote and feel safe in their community without fear or harassment.
- Provided broad access to shelter, social services, legal counsel and quality education for the children of homeless families