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Treating Homelessness with Dignity and Funding
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18:10 - 20:50 (02:40)

In order to achieve a zero homeless population, it's important to fund the network's required resources and get to know the people experiencing homelessness personally, recognizing their humanity and treating them with dignity. Society as a whole is affected by homelessness, so programs funded by sources such as tourist taxes are important.

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