Pathway 2 Tomorrow


Pathway To Tomorrow supports the assertion that housing is a human right, as defined by the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

Housing As a Human Right

Over 1.6 billion people across the world live in inadequate housing, with over 100 million people experiencing homelessness, according to the UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. This means that 1 in 5 people across the world lack access to adequate housing.

The United States is currently facing a severe housing crisis, driven by a shortage of available affordable housing. 

 Recent data released by the National Low Income Housing Coalition found that there is a national shortage of approximately 7.3 million affordable rental homes for the extremely low- income renters that need them.


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Our Work

We advocate for housing policies that recognize the right to adequate housing by:

    • Increasing funding and vouchers for the development of affordable and permanent supportive housing at the national, state and local levels
    • Providing incentives for the development of affordable housing
    • Implementing inclusionary zoning laws that require a given share of all new construction to be affordable by people with low to moderate incomes

Climate Change

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Climate Change

Pathway advocates for legislation and the implementation of programs that help minimize the human impact on our planet. 

Recent studies have shown that planting trees is one of the most effective ways to absorb carbon dioxide emissions from our atmosphere, which is one of the key drivers of global warming. Learn more about our tree planting program.

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