Cuba--no sh!t-- No one sleeps on the streets
I was there in 1999- No one is hungry- every one has beautiful teeth and children are cherished. Every square block is assigned a family doctor, or general practitioner, who lives in a small, two-storey house in the neighbourhood. The bottom floor is used to receive patients and the top floor becomes the doctor's living quarters. Prevention includes food, shelter and healthcare. It is beautiful
UK - not being homeless itself<br />
There are other laws that can be used to arrest somebody if the police want to arrest you though
In the US, it's not illegal to be homeless, but it's illegal to beg or sleep on the streets. So yes and no.
Because the camping is illegal. That's what I'm saying - it's not literally illegal to be homeless, but it may as well be, because all the things that entail homelessness, such as sleeping outside an owned house, begging, loitering, etc, are illegal.
Begging has no penalty in most jurisdictions
They'll arrest you where I live if you don't clear out when they ask you to. :(
Social status is always a tough one to negotiate.