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Social Exclusion starts at home


Housing in Europe? It is going to be more and more difficult. Housing it is also a matter of social exclusion. In the recent days, we often referred to Paris and Brussels banlieues where marginalisation, poverty and exlcusion facilitate the growth of radicalism. Precarious housing does not limit this social emergency. Many people live at the margins of our societies in suburban ghettos. Free zones, where integration is only a face, they sound more like a tacit approval “ if you stay there it is ok for the State”.  That’s why entire areas in the cities seem to be abandoned to their destiny, without laws and any form of bump into different cultures living in same cities.

Housing in Europe? It is going to be more and more difficult. Housing it is also a matter of social exclusion. In the recent days, we often referred to Paris and Brussels banlieues where marginalisation, poverty and exlcusion facilitate the growth of radicalism. Precarious housing does not limit this social emergency. Many people live at the margins of our societies in suburban ghettos. Free zones, where integration is only a face, they sound more like a tacit approval “ if you stay there it is ok for the State”.  That’s why entire areas in the cities seem to be abandoned to their destiny, without laws and any form of bump into different cultures living in same cities.

Housing Exclusion, Feantsa report

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