Each year, the National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty hosts a National Forum on the Human Right to Housing. People who are currently or formerly homeless, attorneys, government officials, and advocates from across the country gather in Washington, D.C., to organize and strategize on ways we can work to end the criminalization of people experiencing homelessness.
Our National Forum provides a valuable opportunity for people and organizations that do diverse work in the housing and homelessness sector to work together to create innovative and effective ways to fight homelessness. This year’s Forum was generously hosted by Hogan Lovells LLP and held on June 5 and 6. For a summary report of the 2019 Forum, click here.