This December 2019 report contains Guidelines for the Implementation of the Right to Adequate Housing, focusing on the key requirements of effective rights-based responses to emerging challenges to the right to housing.
This report contains guidance for States, indigenous authorities and other actors on how to ensure that their obligations under international human rights law regarding the right to housing are met in conformity with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.
This report examines the critical issue of access to justice for the right to housing.
The fundamental principles of a human rights-based approach to disability must be engaged to address the widespread human rights violations of persons with disabilities in their housing, and to realize their right to housing.
In response to the systems that treat housing as a commodity at the expense of people’s right to housing, States must redefine their relationship with private investors, international financial institutions and financial markets to reclaim housing as a human right.
The right to life and the right to housing are indivisible and interdependent. The right to life cannot be separated from the right to a secure place to live, and the right to a secure place to live only has meaning in the context of a right to live in dignity and security, free of violence.
Homelessness is a global human rights crisis directly linked to increased inequality of wealth and property, and of the failure of States to adhere to their international human rights obligations, requiring urgent attention grounded in the right to housing.