The sixth article in our series of articles looks at two perspectives on urban poverty: the area-based approach, and the human-based approach. It also looks at some of the most affected and vulnerable groups, such as children, migrants, and refugees. Read the article here!
The 2nd Urban Case Study on decreasing residential segregation is out, looking at a successful case of Roma integration based on multi-level cooperation in Pécs, Hungary. Take a look!
The GIAU+S (Research group on Architecture, Urbanism and Sustainability of Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) has drafted a comprehensive report on urban deprivation/poverty observatories in the EU.
The Urban Poverty Partnership has presented its Action Plan earlier in 2018. Since then, the Partners and Action Leaders are working towards implementation of the proposed Actions, divided into five action clusters : integrated actions, actions to fight child poverty, for the regeneration of deprived urban areas and neighbourhoods, for ending homelessness, and actions addressing the vulnerability of Roma people.
The final Action Plan of the Urban Poverty Partnership is now available in Polish as well and can be downloaded.
A global celebration of the long tradition of decent, affordable housing for all aiming to generate convincing responses to current and future challenges. A series of events, exhibitions, meetings, field visits, community activities and much more from 13 to 21 June 2017 in Amsterdam will make up the first International Social Housing Festival.