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This is our library of resources and research including international and Canadian reports, videos, webinars and backgrounders on the implementation of the right to housing.

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The United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child Concluding Observations
PDF | Published: 2022

The United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child

The United Nations (UN) Committee on the Rights of the Child called on the Canadian government to address the ways children’s rights continue to be neglected, especially where Indigenous and racialized children, children in poverty, and children with disabilities are concerned. 

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Left Behind: Social Housing
National Housing Strategy
Website | Published: 2022

Le Front d’action populaire en réaménagement urbain (FRAPRU)

This leaflet summarizes the impacts that the National Housing Strategy has on the right to adequate housing.

Claiming the Right to Housing for Indigenous Women, Two-Spirit, and Gender-diverse peoples
Homeless on Homelands
PDF | Published: 2022

Keepers of the Circle

This human rights claim, developed by the National Indigenous Feminist Housing Working Group, articulates the key violations of our inherent rights that must be reviewed by the Federal Housing Advocate.

Claiming the Right to Housing for Women and Gender-Diverse People
The Crisis Ends with Us
PDF | Published: 2022

The Women’s National Housing & Homelessness Network (WNHHN)

This human rights claim, developed by the WNHHN Human Rights Task Force, articulates the key violations of the right to housing experienced by marginalized women and gender-diverse people across Canada.

The Right to Housing in Canada: Backgrounder and Fact Sheet
PDF | Published: 2020

The National Right to Housing Network (NRHN)

This backgrounder outlines the goals of the National Right to Housing Network and an overview of what the right to housing means in Canada.

The Right to Housing 101
PDF | Published: 2020

The National Right to Housing Network (NRHN)

The Right to Housing 101 -What it means, what it doesn’t, and what it looks like in the Canadian context.

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