Housing4All are a group of asylum seekers who are trying to ensure that the human right to housing is realised for all asylum seekers in Northern Ireland.
In 2015 Housing4All were supported by PPR to: monitor how human right to housing was being violated with respect to destitute asylum seekers.
Housing4All designed their own human rights monitoring surveys using action research methods and carried it out with 36 destitute asylum seekers in the Belfast area through weekly housing rights clinics held in the Northern Ireland Community of Refugees and Asylum Seekers' offices, or through homeless support services, shelters, and elsewhere.
The report 'Human Rights for Some: A monitor of homelessness among destitute asylum seekers, A proposal for action' was launched May 2016.
Since the launch Housing4All have secured widespread political, community, NGO and trade union support for their proposals to end destitution for asylum seekers.
Housing4All are also developing a number of related initiatives to monitor the provision and quality of accommodation to asylum seekers through the UK Home Office system.