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Attempting to hear the excluded : the voice of homeless people and policy implications

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posted on 2004-01-01, 00:00 authored by R Fopp, Stephen Parker
Until recently, there have been very few systematic attempts to hear what people who are homeless say about their lives and situations. Yet there are a few exceptions particularly in the United States and the United Kingdom (for example, Snow & Anderson 1993; Hutson & Liddard 1994). The Inquiry which resulted in the Burdekin Report in Australia also held consultations in which people who were homeless submitted evidence (Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission 1989). Other Inquiries have done likewise and some reports have used the accounts of people who are homeless (for example Bartholomew 1999; Fopp 1989; MacKenzie & Chamberlain 2003).

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17

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13 - 14

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Melbourne, Vic.

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  • Yes

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1032-6170

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eng

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C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

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2004, Council to Homeless Persons

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