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Journal of Children & Poverty Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Journal of Children & Poverty - 9/2014

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the first publication of the Journal of Children and Poverty, published in association with the Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness by Routledge, we are pleased to present a free selection of 20 previously published articles. These articles from the past two decades typify JCP’s main areas of research interest, including child and family welfare, education, homelessness, and the socioeconomic causes and effects of poverty in the developed world. The articles in this collection will be free until the 31st December 2014.


Rapidly Rehousing Homeless Families

Rapid rehousing is now seen as the answer to solve family homelessness nationwide. The approach is based on the belief that once a family is housed, their problems are solved. In this video from our 2014 Beyond Housing conference, ICPH looks at how this one-size-fits-all policy has worked in New York City. Read our policy opinion brief on rapid rehousing here.

ICPH's Ralph da Costa Nunez on HuffPo Blog

Read the rest of President and CEO Ralph da Costa Nunez's post on the Huffington Post Blog here.

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Workforce Act Reauthorization Improves Employment Services for Homeless Jobseekers
by Alyson Silkowski

Homeless parents struggle to find and maintain employment.

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