Child homelessness is a human rights issue
Published on 29 Nov 2019
How can we call ourselves a civilised society if child homelessness exists?
Across the UK, roughly 1.6 million children live in temporary, overcrowded or rundown housing, and we feel it’s time that changed. Poverty causes major issues for children, impacting their education and mental health. Find out about the hidden problems here.
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