World Homeless Day
IN PICTURES: With the expansion of neoliberalism around the world, homelessness is becoming a growing problem, especially in the world’s premiere capitalist hubs.
Across the world, global poverty is increasing as inequality continues to stratify the world's population.
Oct. 10, 2017 marks the 7th annual World Homeless Day, which came about through online discussions where activists brainstormed ideas on how to address growing poverty.
World Homeless Day is recognized on all continents except Antarctica.
A father and daughter sit next to their new tent home after the city of San Diego opened a transitional camp area for homeless people at the city's works yard in San Diego, California, U.S.
The homeless population in metropolitan areas like Los Angeles is increasing as a result of the rising cost of rent.
A family gathers under blankets to shelter from the cold beneath a flyover in Delhi, India.
An activist holds a sign while taking part in a protest in support of anti-homelessness outside the office of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in the Manhattan borough of New York.
A homeless woman sits bundled against the cold as she begs for handouts on East 42nd Street in the Manhattan borough of New York City.
A homeless woman is vaccinated as she registered to enter a transitional camp area for homeless people at the city's works yard in San Diego, California, U.S.
A homeless woman sleeping on a street corner in Bristol, England, United Kingdom.
This photo, taken on March 13, 2017, shows homeless man Lanz Priestley in a makeshift shelter for the homeless in Sydney, Australia.
A homeless man sleeping in Rio de Janeiro.
A homeless man spends the night on the street in downtown Sao Paulo, Brazil, on June 26, 2016. Earlier this month six homeless people died of cold in Sao Paulo, the richest city in Brazil, where some 16,000 homeless live on the streets.
10 October 2017