A project run by housing charity Shelter Scotland has returned to Dundee.
The charity brought its Homelessness: Far From Fixed campaign to City Square.
The group says “significant progress” has been made during the past year, but more needs to be done to protect other households.
Graeme Brown, director of Shelter Scotland, said: “We brought our campaign back to Dundee on Scottish Housing Day to show homelessness can still happen to anyone and that people become homeless through chance not choice.
“Shelter Scotland has been campaigning for the last year for renewed focus and leadership on homelessness, so the recent announcement by the Scottish Government of a £50 million fund and a new action group to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping was extremely welcome.”
More than 1,200 Dundee households made homelessness applications last year. A total of 160 children are also in temporary accommodation.