Vast majority of Athens homeless ended up on streets during crisis


Over seven in ten of the homeless in central Athens have ended up on the streets since the onset of the crisis and almost half of the homeless say that losing their job was following by the loss of their home, research stemming from a Norwegian-funded antipoverty programme for the Greek capital has found.

The survey was conducted among 451 people at locations across Athens municipality over the past year during street work with the homeless.

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