2 edition of Vulnerable groups and deprivation in European cities found in the catalog.
Vulnerable groups and deprivation in European cities
1981 by Institute for Town Planning Research, Delft University of Technology in Delft, The Netherlands .
Written in English
|Statement||prepared for the Council of Europeʼs Committee of Experts on the Population of Urban Areas (ED-ZU) [by] Paul Drewe.|
|Series||Rapport ;, no. 38, Rapport (Technische Hogeschool Delft. Instituut voor Stedebouwkundig Onderzoek) ;, no. 38.|
|Contributions||Council of Europe. Committee of Experts on the Population of Urban Areas.|
|LC Classifications||HT384.E853 D74 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
|LC Control Number||84215800|
In these critical times our society must put the human dimension at its very heart. In effect, they can trap individuals in a cycle of debt with no real prospect of discharging it. The petition was signed by 2, inhabitants and the plans for housing were cancelled explicitly referring to it. The Defensor del Pueblo, the Spanish ombuds institute, has repeatedly called on the Spanish government to take exceptional measures to address immediate needs and implement long-term reforms. Strategies to stimulate treatment adherence should be available adherence groups, psychological support, day-hospitals.
He told me he would sign if I gave him the kids. The economic recession and massive unemployment—26 percent in February —mean more and more people have been unable to meet their mortgage payments. The loan, subject to conditions related to banking sector reform, was designed to inject capital into the weakest banks. On the basis of CGPJ data, the grass-roots housing rights organization Platform for Mortgage Victims discussed below says banks initiatedforeclosure proceedings between, and courts ordered repossession and eviction inproceedings between The rest were either married, or single without children or with adult children. There are no provisions, however, to address the problems women face in negotiating with banks for debt restructuring, relief, or cancellation when their former partner or husband, who shares the mortgage, is obstructionist or uncooperative.
Where noted, we have used a pseudonym followed by an initial to protect the identity of interviewees upon request. Although different groups of a society may share a similar exposure to a natural hazard, the hazard has varying consequences for these groups, since they have diverging capacities and abilities to handle the impact of a hazard. Human Rights Watch believes that the government could and should have taken more robust and inclusive measures. Good standards of nutrition. IDUs require comprehensive care services e.
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As long as marked economic differences prevail between industrialized countries and other countries, economic migration will remain an unavoidable event. In a wealthy, well-managed city, it is rare for many people to die from a hurricane, flood or earthquake but large death tolls are much more common in lower-income, poorly managed cities.
Prejudice against the Roma is persistent and, as reported by several human rights organisations, Roma populations are frequently targeted as scapegoats for the ills of society at large, resulting in violent attacks against them and their property. The lack of affordable rental housing, especially in major cities like Madrid and Barcelona, helped convince many to buy.
Groups facing discrimination in obtaining adequate incomes, housing and basic services; in many societies, particular ethnic groups or castes face discrimination in all these. This approach puts the consumer … on the same level as the mortgage professional. Montse F. Many immigrant women found jobs as domestic workers and caretakers in homes, as more Spanish women entered the labor market; they too would quickly lose their jobs in the recession.
The temporal and spatial aspects of vulnerability science are pervasive, particularly in research that attempts to demonstrate the impact of development on social vulnerability. Good quality homes and neighborhoods which reduce exposure to biological pathogens, chemicals and physical hazards, and reduce vulnerability to 'natural' disasters.
On affordable housing: Render more flexible the criteria for benefitting from the Fund for Social Housing to ensure maximum coverage and increase the number of properties in the Fund.
On mediation: Create binding obligations on all lending institutions to engage in good faith mediation with debtors before recourse to judicial proceedings towards foreclosure.
Dynamic Pressures translate economic and political processes in local circumstances e. Some disaster researchers argue that particular groups of people are placed disproportionately at-risk to hazards.
It often requires information leaflets and educational materials in different languages and must be culturally adequate. Climate change scientists, building engineers, public health specialists, and many other related professions have already achieved major strides in reaching common approaches.
How many people are affected? The needs of these communities are poorly understood. This means that in housing, as in many other areas, there are significant disparities among, and even within, autonomous communities in terms of investment, size, and quality of their social housing stock.
European Union. The petition was signed by 2, inhabitants and the plans for housing were cancelled explicitly referring to it. Women are also especially susceptible to many environmental hazards when pregnant, since the reproductive system is particularly sensitive to adverse environmental conditions.
You can help adding them by using this form. Employment rates, income and school results are generally rising. Yet some common threads run through most of the available work.
However, the Council of Europe—a human rights institution of which Spain is a member—has expressed concern about the impact of over-indebtedness for individuals and their families, including children, on the enjoyment of basic rights such as the rights to education, healthcare, and food.
It may involve a delay in the due date s of required payments or reducing payment amounts by extending the payment period and increasing the number of payments. Consider introducing a formal datio in solutum formula for home mortgages, so that if the borrower is unable to pay and has to surrender the property to the bank, it constitutes full payment of the outstanding debt.
The central aim of this book is to contribute to the development of those underpinnings and to productive ways of employing non-monetary indicators of deprivation. The aim of the session was to understand available storage technologies, local uses and perceptions, and related challenges and opportunities.CHAPTER SUMMARY Sleep loss and sleep disorders affect an individual’s performance, safety, and quality of life.
Almost 20 percent of all serious car crash injuries in the general population are associated with driver sleepiness, independent of alcohol effects. Further, sleep loss and sleep disorders have a significant economic impact.
The high estimated costs to society of leaving the most. Apr 05, · Background: Health literacy concerns the capacities of people to meet the complex demands of health in modern atlasbowling.com spite of the growing attention for the concept among European health policymakers, researchers and practitioners, information about the status of health literacy in Europe remains atlasbowling.com by: Inclusion of vulnerable groups is one of the priorities of the European Social Protection Social Inclusion Process.
In this context, Member States have committed to develop integrated and coordinated responses to the multiple disadvantages and the need of particular groups.
Oct 22, · Offers the most current, evidence-based information for helping specific populations affected by disasters. Vulnerable populations such as children, older adults, and people with disabilities are disproportionately affected by large-scale atlasbowling.com by: Research on poverty in rich countries relies primarily on household income to capture living standards and distinguish those in poverty, and this is also true of official poverty measurement and monitoring.
However, awareness of the limitations of income has been heightening interest in the role that non-monetary measures of deprivation can play.
Vulnerable area is a term applied by police in Sweden to areas with high crime rates and social exclusion. In the December report, these areas numbered In the June report, these totalled The increase is reported to be due to better reporting, not a changing situation.
The overall trend is that these areas are improving. All the areas are situated south of the town of Gävle and .