Governments around Europe are struggling to tackle rising homelessness… except one.
Experts say Finland has all but solved the problem of rough sleepers on its streets.
It had more than 18,000 people considered homeless in 1987, according to statistics from Finland’s Housing Finance and Development Centre.
By 2016 that figure had fallen to 7,000, the majority of which were temporarily living with friends or relatives, rather than sleeping on the streets.
Euronews looks at how the Nordic country did it.