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Local Connection Rules and Access to Homelessness Services in Europe: EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness No. 5

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Local Connection Rules and Access to Homelessness Services in Europe : EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness No. 5. / Baptista, Isabel; Benjaminsen, Lars; Pleace, Nicholas.

FEANTSA, 2015. 64 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Baptista, I, Benjaminsen, L & Pleace, N 2015, Local Connection Rules and Access to Homelessness Services in Europe: EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness No. 5. FEANTSA. <http://www.feantsaresearch.org/spip.php?rubrique24>

APA

Baptista, I., Benjaminsen, L., & Pleace, N. (2015). Local Connection Rules and Access to Homelessness Services in Europe: EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness No. 5. FEANTSA. http://www.feantsaresearch.org/spip.php?rubrique24

Vancouver

Baptista I, Benjaminsen L, Pleace N. Local Connection Rules and Access to Homelessness Services in Europe: EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness No. 5. FEANTSA, 2015. 64 p.

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Baptista, Isabel ; Benjaminsen, Lars ; Pleace, Nicholas. / Local Connection Rules and Access to Homelessness Services in Europe : EOH Comparative Studies on Homelessness No. 5. FEANTSA, 2015. 64 p.

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