Apur'Café #23: Night of Solidarity - 2021 results in Paris and prospects for 2022

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This webconference was a opportunity to present the results of the 4th Night of Solidarity, which took place in Paris during the night of 25th to 26th March 2021: the number of people counted, their geographical whereabouts, an analysis of the profiles and needs of homeless people, changes compared with previous Nights of Solidarity, the impact of the health crisis on the living conditions of people living on the street.  

It outlined the prospects for the 5th Night of Solidarity in Paris on 20th January 2022 and the first Metropolitan Night of Solidarity scheduled for the same date.

The Night of Solidarity is an anonymous, objective count of people living in the street, carried out in Paris each year since 2018. The Paris Urbanism Agency has been involved in the implementation and analysis of the results of the count since its creation.

Nuit de la solidarité - résultats 2021 à Paris et perspectives 2022

With the participation of :

  • Émilie Moreau, Director of Studies
  • Clément Boisseuil, Project Manager

Study carried out by:

  • Émilie Moreau, Director of Studies
  • Clément Boisseuil, Project Manager
  • Frédérique Latournerie, Research fellow

With the assistance of:

  • Marion Giovanangeli, CASVP
  • Fanny Koch-Ortega, CASVP
  • Marie Mallet, CASVP
  • Alexandra Piesen, CASVP

Cartography and statistical processing:

  • Gustavo Vela, cartographer
  • Sandra Roger, project manager, statitician
  • Anne Servais, cartographer

Resources

Documents to download

  • Webinar

    Presentation of the webconférence #23 : Night of Solidarity - 2021 results in Paris and prospects for 2022

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