A CCH policy brief that examines whether housing should be understood as a human right and argues that the right to adequate housing is recognized as a basic and fundamental human right in many sources of international human rights law.
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Title: Is Housing a Human Right?
Publication date 2003-10-01
Publication Year 2003
, Patricia Nix-Hodes
Chicago Coalition for the Homeless
, adequate housing
, right to adequate
, general comment
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