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18/05/2016

Pilot project - Promoting protection of the right to housing - Homelessness prevention in the context of evictions  (18/05/2016)

Catalog N. :KE0216339

This study focuses on the protection of the right to housing in EU countries and in particular on evictions from primary residences. It provides an overview and analysis of available data and trends regarding housing evictions, and establishes the reasons for and impacts of eviction. The report focuses in particular on the link between eviction and homelessness. It also reviews the measures put in place by Member States to prevent evictions and enable early interventions. In addition, the study suggests ways to improve data collection and monitoring of evictions. On the basis of this research and analysis, a number of recommendations are suggested to promote protection of the right to housing and homelessness prevention in the context of evictions.

Annex: List of provisions in EU Member States constitutions preventing forcible entry to the home without due process or law

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Access City - Award 2015 Παραδείγματα βέλτιστης πρακτικής για πιο προσβάσιμες πόλεις στην ΕΕ  (13/05/2015)

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Το πρόγραμμα Access City Award ξεκίνησε το 2010 με στόχο την προώθηση
της προσβασιμότητας στο αστικό περιβάλλον για τον αυξανόμενο πληθυσμό των
ηλικιωμένων και των ατόμων με αναπηρία στην Ευρώπη.

Έκτοτε, κάθε χρόνο συμμετέχουν στον διαγωνισμό πόλεις από ολόκληρη την
Ευρώπη, οι οποίες επιδεικνύουν πάθος και δέσμευση για τη βελτίωση της
προσβασιμότητας για τους πολίτες και τους επισκέπτες τους.

 

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