To end homelessness through innovative housing solutions at city level is the main driver from the Action Planning network. It is not about managing homelessness, but rather putting an end to it using the Housing First model and gathering accurate data. ROOF aims to achieve the strategic goal of Functional Zero (no structural homelessness).
- Braga - Portugal
- Liège - Belgium
- ODENSE - Denmark
- Poznań - Poland
- Thessaloniki - Greece
- Timisoara - Romania
- Toulouse Métropole - France
Housing Department, City of Ghent
+32 9 266 76 40
- Phase 1: Kick-Off Meeting in Paris (FR)
- Final meeting phase 1 in Ghent (BE)
- Phase 2: Kick-Off Meeting in Glasgow (UK) - online
- ROOF workshop on storytelling - online
- ROOF workshop on advocacy - online
- Transnational meeting in Odense on data - online
- Winter School Braga - online
- Transnational meeting in Timisoara & Poznan - online
- Advocacy network meeting discussing proposal of housing first/funding key messages for Europe - online
- Advocacy network meeting discussing proposal of data key messages - online
- Transnational meeting in Thessaloniki - online
- Transnational meeting in Toulouse - online
- Final event in Liège
- Final event in Ghent
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Integrated Action Plans
ROOF Integrated Action Plan - City of Ghent
Through the ROOF project, Ghent takes the ambition to end homelessness for legal residents by 2040. The Integrated Action Plan is a long term policy plan that describes the vision, the model and the necessary actions to reach the goal of Functional Zero. Read more here!
ROOF Integrated Action Plan - Toulouse Métropole
Toulouse Metropole benefits of an institutional commitment in policies contributing to the eradication of homelessness, at national, regional and local level making it easier to mobilise stakeholders. Read more here!
Co-design, collaboration and storytelling to prevent homelessness
In recent years, Glasgow has made significant progress in addressing homelessness. The Glasgow Rapid Rehousing Transition Plan (RRTP) runs until 2024. Read more here!
ROOF Integrated Action Plan - City of Pozńan
As part of the project, the Housing Affairs Office created a Local URBACT Group to co-design an integrated strategy. Read more here!
ROOF Integrated Action Plan - City of Timisoara
High costs of living in Timisoara makes it very difficult for one person receiving minimum wage, disabilities benefits, social benefits, minimum pension or working half time. Read more here!
ROOF Integrated Action Plan - City of Liège
The City of Liège has a long experience in the field of homelessness. Until the 2000s, the approach was mainly emergency oriented: low threshold reception, street work and accommodation. Read more here!
ROOF Integrated Action Plan - City of Odense
At the start of 2009, there were 4 998 homeless people in Denmark and at the last count in 2019, there were 6 431 homeless people. Read more here!
Social and Affordable Housing and Combating Housing Exclusion and Homelessness in Thessaloniki
Housing in Greece has been dealt with primarily as an individual matter with sporadic and defunct interventions in the field of social housing. Currently, Greece has 0% social housing stock, an exception among all EU countries. Read more here!
Braga House of Skills
The House of Skills project aims to create an innovative permanent housing solution to gather people who are homeless or at risk of housing and social vulnerability. Read more here!