Indonesia

URBANIZATION

History of Cities – Heritage

Urban Housing

Rural Housing

LEGAL ASPECTS

Right to Housing

Forced Eviction

USEFUL TOOLS:

Land Law

Land Grabbing

USEFUL TOOLS

Vulnerable Groups

  • Old People
  • Young People
  • Women

Some Interesting Practices

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS

Housing Market

Quality of Housing

Informal Housing / Slum / Homeless

ROLE OF PUBLIC AUTHORITIES

Social Housing

COLLECTIVE AND MULTI-FUNCTIONAL SOCIAL HOUSING

In Jakarta, the authorities began to relocate these vast neighborhoods in order to make their good geographical location more profitable. These operations do not resolve the problem of the relocation of the displaced populations, which eventually expand other kampungs with more dilapidated dwellings than the previous ones.

In contrast to these single-family houses, there are now collective social housing units in buildings of three to four floors, also housing offices and shops on the ground floor. These buildings are built in the outskirts of the metropolitan area, or even in the outskirts, where the authorities are working to create self-sufficient satellite cities to relieve congestion in megacities.

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ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS

Bibliography & Sitography

SEEN BY SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

Major Problems

Major Claims or Demands

Some Civil Society Actors

 

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