Housing and Anti-Poverty

Many undocumented people live in insecure and over-crowded housing, despite often paying exorbitant rent. Many are pushed into homelessness, and often can’t access shelters, food or financial support from the state.

We call for systems that protect all tenants’ rights, provide decent accommodation, food and basic facilities.

Related publications

Read our publications to learn about how migration policies shape our societies and the lives of undocumented people, and how they can be improved.

Anti-Poverty and Housing

The use of fees in residence procedures in Europe: Pricing people out of a residence permit?

Anti-Poverty and Housing

A snapshot of social protection measures for undocumented migrants by national and local governments

Anti-Poverty and Housing

PICUM’s contribution to the consultation on the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan

Anti-Poverty and Housing

Protecting undocumented children: Promising policies and practices from governments

Anti-Poverty and Housing

Housing and Homelessness of Undocumented Migrants in Europe