European Journal of Homelessness: Volume 13.1 - 2019 European Journal of Homelessness, Volume 13, Issue 1 - 2019 European Journal of Homelessness, Volume 13, Issue 1 - 2019 Download the complete issue here Editorial Articles Marietta Haffner and Marja Elsinga: Housing Deprivation Unravelled: Application of the Capability Approach Mats Anderberg and Mikael Dahlberg: Homelessness and Social Exclusion in Two Swedish Cities Joanne Bretherton and Nicholas Pleace: Is Work an Answer to Homelessness? Evaluating an Employment Programme for Homeless Adults Think Pieces Peter Mackie, Sarah Johnsen and Jenny Wood: Ending Street Homelessness: What Works and Why We Don’t Do It Research notes Evelien Demaerschalk, Koen Hermans, Katrien Steenssens and Tine Van Regenmortel: Homelessness Merely an Urban Phenomenon? Exploring Hidden Homelessness in Rural Belgium Stephanie E. Armes, James R. Muruthi, William H. Milroy and Jay A. Mancini: Getting Sorted Out in East London: Vulnerability and Resilience of Homeless Ex-Servicemen Lola Vives: The Process Selection of “Un Chez-Soi d’Abord” Program: A Qualitative Study on the Implementation of Housing First in France Matti Wirehag: Counting and Mapping Local Homeless Service Systems in Sweden Book reviews Michele Lancione: Contested Landscapes of Poverty and Homelessness in Southern Europe: Reflections from Athens Nicholas Pleace: The Homeless Person in Contemporary Society: Identities, Agency, Choice Joerg Dittmann: 1st Systematic Examination of the Life Situation of Homeless Persons. A Study of ASH Berlin in Cooperation with EBET e. V.. Johanna Ranta: Yömajasta omaan asuntoon. Suomalaisen asunnottomuuspolitiikan murros. [From a Shelter to My Own Home – Transformation of Finnish Homelessness Policy]. Related Resources #FEANTSA2020 Policy Conference - Building Bridges to End Homelessness Homelessness on the European agenda: European Parliament and the European Commission discuss homelessness and Housing First during first European Parliament plenary session of the year FEANTSA Youth Webinar Series Joint statement: 10 Years towards inclusion.