Depaul International

Depaul International is the parent company of a group of charities working to support homeless and marginalised people around the world. Each year we work with nearly 13,000 people in our subsidiary countries; click below to visit them online.

Depaul UK helps young people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged view UK >>
Depaul Ukraine works with homeless adults and young people in Kharkiv, Odessa and Ivano-Franckivsk view Ukraine >>
Depaul USA supports homeless men in a twenty seven bed hostel in Philadelphia view USA >>
Depaul France supports the healthcare needs of people who are homeless in Paris view France >>

Latest News

Slovakia hosts Global TB Summit30 June 2016
Slovakia hosts Global TB Summit
Bratislava played host to the Global TB Caucus' European Summit, attended by 22 Parliamentarians... »
Damehood for Depaul Trustee14 June 2016
Damehood for Depaul Trustee
Louise Casey CB, a Tustee of Depaul International, has been made a dame in the Queen's 2016 Birthday... »
Depaul UK launches hidden homelessness report26 April 2016
Depaul UK launches hidden homelessness report
Depaul UK launched its Danger Zones and Stepping Stones report on hidden homelessness at an... »


TEDx Talk Ending Homelessness

Depaul International's CEO Mark McGreevy recently gave a TEDx Talk at DePaul University in Chicago, challenging us all to be more creative in finding ways to end global homelessness.

Here he talks specifically about how Depaul developed its services over the past 10 years in Ukraine, working with those on the margins of society, and trying to change mainstream perceptions about homeless people by "humanising" their situation. Watch the video and let us know what you think! 

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Ukraine IDP photo exhibition

IDP exhibition

Depaul staff in London attended the opening ceremony for a travelling exhibition of photos of IDPs (internally displaced people) from Ukraine which reached the UK this May. Depaul recently expanded its homelessness services in Ukraine to support IDPs, with the help of additional funding from the  UK government's Department for International Development. 

Organised by the Embassy of Great Britain in Ukraine with the support of Canadian NGO Stabilization Support Services, it tells heart to heart personal stories of Ukrainian IDPs who have fled the conflict in Eastern Ukraine and Crimea. Every photo is an experience and a revelation of the unbreakable drive of the human spirit facing extraordinary challenges.  The project was successfully run in numerous Ukrainian cities this year and in Brussels in April. It was officially opened in London by Minister of State for International Development The RT Hon Desmond Swayne TD MP.

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