Homeless Advocacy Policy Project

HOMELESS ADVOCACY POLICY PROJECT (HAPP) STUDENTS RELEASE 2021 REPORT ON VEHICLE RESIDENCY

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Student Authors: Charles Allison-Godfrey, Phoebe Blessing, Amy Buck, Summer Fulcher, Michelle Gaeng, Simone Haines, Katie Koehler, Susannah Rogers, Elisabeth Teater

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Shifting Gears: Moving Colorado Away from Criminalizing Vehicle Residency and Towards Safe Parking

University of Denver Press Release of 2021 Vehicle Residency Report

The Homeless Advocacy Policy Project (HAPP) at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law is a student-driven project focused on researching the laws criminalizing homelessness and advocating for the rights of homeless individuals.

HAPP works with partners Denver Homeless Out Loud and the Western Regional Advocacy Project to explore legal issues facing Colorado’s homeless residents.

HAPP’s work has included:

Professor Nantiya Ruan is the faculty lead for HAPP. She focuses her instruction on engaging students with community partners.

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