The multidimensional housing deprivation: Local dynamics of inequality, policies and challenges for the future

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Maurizio Bergamaschi (ed)

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Within the framework of the activities of the H2020 MICADO (Migrant Integration Cockpits and Dashboards) project, this volume brings together a set of contributions on contemporary housing, which represents one of the areas, although not the only one, in which migrants experience a condition of major vulnerability compared to the native population and that hinders their full integration in their new living context and full social participation. Migrants’ request for housing is part of the broader context of housing-related problems still unresolved in our country: although they share most of the difficulties encountered by the most vulnerable segments of the native population, at the same time they face a set of additional disadvantages induced by the institutional system, linked to their precarious legal status, and by the market.
This contribution, organized in three thematic sessions (Local models and processes of ethnic residential segregation; From housing deprivation to housing policies. Distinctive elements in the territory; Housing rights, migrant integration, and the role of ICT solutions), analyzes housing needs both from a theoretical point of view, to prompt insights into the distinctive features of the new housing issue, but also by reporting the findings of empirical research that can provide elements of evaluation and methodological indications on the topic.

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Maurizio Bergamaschi

Head of the UNIBO team of the H2020 MICADO project “Migrant Integration Cockpits and Dashboards” teaches Sociology of Territorial Social Services and Sociology of Migration at the Department of Sociology and Business Law, University of Bologna. His studies and research activities mainly concern the issues of vulnerability, urban poverty, and severe marginalization.

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September 19, 2022

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9788835142782

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2022-09-19