Survey on housing policies in the Lazio Region (2007)

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Within the framework of its institutional competencies, the Department of Public Works and Housing Policy of the Lazio Region has decided to launch a research activity on a series of issues relating to housing policies, with particular regard to those social categories that, due to their characteristics, are, or are likely to be, in a vulnerability condition. To this end, Eurispes has produced a research report on housing policies and the forecast of public housing initiatives in the Lazio Region, which has monitored social and housing distress in the Lazio and Rome areas, highlighting the problems of those sections of the population that face more significant housing difficulties and are at the same time more exposed to the risk of marginality and social exclusion. In particular, the Report analyses the problems related to housing and specific categories: the elderly, students and immigrants.

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Index

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Contents

 

Housing, the Region’s new commitment

 

An old emergency

 

Housing policies: a contribution to knowledge

 

Chapter 1

The laws on public housing

 

Chapter 2 The housing market in Lazio

The housing market in Lazio

 

Chapter 3 Interview with the Honourable Nicola Galloro

Interview with the Honourable Nicola Galloro

 

Chapter 4

The housing emergency in Lazio

 

Chapter 5

The condition of students living away from home between housing shortages, high rents and black markets

Interviews with privileged witnesses

The sample survey

 

Chapter 6 Immigration

Immigration in Italy and Lazio

Immigrants’ housing needs in Italy and in Lazio

Interviews with privileged witnesses

 

Chapter Seven

The condition of the elderly

The quality of life. The elderly and related social aspects

The housing problem

Interviews with key witnesses

Critical issues and operational proposals

 

Bibliography

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