- RESEARCH IN BRIEFThe Impact of Covid-19 on Homeless Persons and Jjokbahng Dwellers and Its Policy Implications
JJokbahng (“sliced room”) dwellers and homeless persons are referred to legally as “the homeless, etc.”, as specified in the Act on Support for Welfare and Self-Reliance of the Homeless.” The Act defines homeless persons as people who have “lived without stable housing for a considerable period of time” (street homeless persons), “used or lived in a facility for the homeless for a considerable period of time” (sheltered homeless persons) or “lived for a considerable period of time in a place substantially unfit for habitation” (jjokbahng dwellers).
The Impact of Covid-19 on Homeless Persons and Jjokbahng Dwellers and Its Policy Implications
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