First Includ-EU’s briefing: Housing
Analysis of the housing context for migrants in Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovenia and Spain.
One of the Includ-EU project’s component specifically aims to enhance local and regional actors’ knowledge and capacities to implement innovative integration measures, including through the analysis of proven integration practices and formulation of thematic policy recommendations. This briefing forms part of a complex exercise which included the mapping of successful multi-stakeholder, multi-level and public-private partnerships active in the different dimensions of Third Country Nationals’ (TCNs) inclusion, as outlined in the new EU Action Plan on Integration and Inclusion 2021-27, in the six target countries of the Includ-EU project.
This briefing analyses the housing context for migrants in Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, Romania, Slovenia and Spain; focusing on possible implications for their integration prospects. It also presents innovative practices contributing towards improving access to adequate and affordable housing for TCNs and issues recommendations to policy makers on holistic housing policies for migrants in the EU.
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