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ENHR Welcome

Socio-economic cohesion and convergence were key principles underpinning the European social model, which emerged as the continent was trying to recover  from the devastating wounds fascism and Nazism had inflicted on it. Most major European countries developed their welfare states, in an attempt to support the post-war effort and to rebuild wealthier, more equitable and fairer societies. Housing played a fundamental role in securing decent living standards for everyone and as part of people’s right to the city.

 

Major global shifts and new political rapports de forces brought changes that prioritized other principles –mainly competitiveness– and thus member states across the EU increasingly adopted neoliberal policies weakening their welfare systems.  Housing provision suffered more than other welfare policies by commodification the loss of its function as social right. Even countries with more developed and ecumenical welfare states were eventually affected by this turn.

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The Venue

Harokopio University

Harokopio University of Athens is a public university dedicated to promoting research and learning in a small, well focused set of intellectual areas. The university, situated in the centre of Athens, originates from an educational institution that was first established in 1929 and gained the status of University in 1990.

Important Dates

 Call for Abstracts  1 January 2019


 Abstracts Deadline 22 March 2019


 Notification 28 April 2019


 Full Paper Deadline 3 June 2019


 Deadline Bengt Turner Award 


 Deadline for Early Bird Registration 31 May 2019

Organizing Secretariat

PCO CONVIN S.A.
29 Kosta Varnali St., 15233
Chalandri, Athens
Greece

Contact Details

Phone: (+30) 210 68 33 600
Fax: (+30) 210 68 47 700
Email: info@ehnr2019.com
URL: www.pco-convin.gr

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