Serbia

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URBANISATION

Capture d’écran 2016-01-29 à 14.01.33History of  Towns – Heritage

Urban Habitat

Rural Habitat

LEGAL ASPECTS

RIGHTS TO LODGING

FORCED EXPLUSION

LANG RIGHTS

LAND GRABBING

VULNERABLE GROUPS

INTERESSTING PRACTICES

 

SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC ASPECTS

Market of Housing

The lodging park is insufficient to meet up with the needs of the population. In Serbia, This in line as a result of the conflict that exploded in the ex- Yugoslavia. The houses are generally over-populated and very costly.

The moderate price of lodging can correspond to more than 17 times the basic annual revenue!

 

Quality of Lodgings

INFORMAL SETTLEMENTS / SLUMS / HOMELESS

INTERIOR REFUGEES

Following a long period of conflicts, (Serbia being part of ex-Yugoslavia), the country witnessed a great number of refugees and displaced persons.it seems 10% of the population of Serbia live this situation on a daily basis.

 

ROLE OF THE STATE

Lodging is not considered as a prior objective. There is neither social lodging laws nor measures taken in favor of helping people as people in need are not helped and live in these lodging centers badly taken care of.

Source: Habitat for Humanity Serbia (1)

ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS

Bibliography & Sitography

  1. Habitat for Humanity Serbia

 

SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

Major Problems

Revendications or Propositions

SOME ACTORS

  • HABITAT FOR HUMANITY SERBIA =A non for profit making humanitarian Association whose objective is to eradicate poverty in housing as well as homelessness. In order to do this they construct and renovate buildings all over the world, propose formulas for micro credit loans, help in rendering fit lodgings, stand for affordable lodgings for all. In Serbia the association helps in constructing social lodgings that are later on controlled by the municipalities. web siteContact.

 

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