A Lecture lasting roughly 45 mins followed by a Q&A and then refreshments
For many decades in Europe, it was believed that the issue of housing had been solved: public social housing and company-owned housing had largely remedied the situation. The homelessness that remained could therefore be easily dismissed as a result of drug addiction or as mental illness, assigned to the health sector rather than to housing. We have long known that housing poverty is creeping further and further into the center of our society, affecting the working population, single women and an increasing number of children. How can this new social question be explained? What can be done?
Prof. Jutta Allmendinger
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