The Institute of Social Democracy in co-operation with the Foundation For European Progressive Studies organizied a conference on European housing practices with international experts, politicians of Hungarian opposition and representatives of Hungarian housing NGOs to discuss the challenges and specific actions.
The housing crisis affects about a third of the Hungarian population. Millions struggle financially with housing, hundreds of thousands live in uncomfortable homes and more than 60% of children live in overcrowded homes. The parties of democratic opposition want to change and improve this serious and comprehensive social problem and the goal is to achieve a real, responsible housing policy in Hungary that reduces social disparities and provides affordable housing and responds to environmental and climate protection issues.
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