Posts Tagged: determinants of homelessness

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Ten Things to Know About Social Assistance in Canada

By Nick Falvo, PhD Nick Falvo is Director of Research and Data at Calgary Homeless Foundation. The present blog post is the first in a two-part series on social assistance. The series is inspired by recent data captured in Alberta’s 2016 Point-in-Time Count of Homelessness suggesting that just a small percentage of persons experiencing homelessness / Read More

The introduction and evolution of child benefits in Canada

By Allan Moscovitch and Nick Falvo Allan Moscovitch is Professor Emeritus of Social Work at Carleton University. Nick Falvo is Director of Research and Data at the Calgary Homeless Foundation.  This blog post was originally posted on Behind The Numbers, you can view the original version here. Child benefits have significant potential to reduce homelessness / Read More

Advocacy in Canada’s Affordable Housing and Homelessness Sectors

By: Nick Falvo Nick Falvo Ph.D, is Director of Research and Data at the Calgary Homeless Foundation. On January 24, I gave a presentation to students at the University of Calgary as part of the Certificate in Working with Homeless Populations program. The goal of this presentation was to discuss ways students could advocate to / Read More

Public Policy and Homelessness: The Case of Calgary

By: Nick Falvo Nick Falvo Ph.D, is the Director of Research and Data at the Calgary Homeless Foundation (CHF). On January 24, I gave a presentation to students at the University of Calgary as part of the Certificate in Working with Homeless Populations program. The goal of this presentation was to convey the fact that public / Read More

How Housing Policy Benefits from a Socioeconomic Perspective — by Nick Falvo

By: Nick Falvo, Ph.D, Director, Research and Data, CHF On November 17, I delivered a webinar presentation for the Canadian Housing and Renewal Association titled “The Missing Piece: How Housing Policy Benefits from a Socioeconomic Perspective.” The presentation focused on both macroeconomic factors and factors pertaining to Canada’s social welfare system in general; I argued / Read More