Hungarian housing policy leaves the ones in need on the wayside

November 6, 2018

Habitat for Humanity Hungary presented its annual housing report for the seventh time. The report found that there are between two and three million people in

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Habitat for Humanity Hungary: Annual Report on Poverty Housing

October 5, 2018

Since 2011, Habitat for Humanity Hungary has been publishing an Annual Report on Poverty Housing. At their press event this week, Habitat Hungary presented their 7th

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Case study: "Feketelakás" campaign – cheaper, safer flat rentals in Hungary

Bringing the Issue to the Spotlight: Habitat Hungary’s Public Awareness Success

September 13, 2018

In 2017, Habitat Hungary waged an advocacy campaign to raise public awareness on the issue of the insecurity and unaffordability of rental housing in the country.

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Reaching for Solid Ground in 40 countries

August 9, 2018

Habitat for Humanity is working in nearly 70 countries worldwide. In 2016, we launched our first global advocacy campaign, Solid Ground, to advocate for policies and

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Building Cities Together

July 19, 2018

Cities are complex structures. They function on numerous levels, and multiple stakeholders play a role in shaping them. Development of cities should be a coordinated process

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Building Solid Ground in the EU

May 24, 2018

Because we believe that visibility leads to accountability, we want to hold governments accountable to the commitments they made with the adoption of the Sustainable Development

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Revitalized Gender Action Plan Strives for Gender Equality

April 12, 2018

According to the European Commission, commitment to gender equality needs to be a constant element in all EU efforts. We too, agree. Gender equality needs to

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BlackFlat: Habitat for Humanity Hungary's campaign for affordable and secure rentals

April 5, 2018

In Hungary, tenants of private rental housing are exposed to significant tenure insecurity and unaffordability. Since 1993, private leases are loosely regulated by the state, and

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Treasure in the Attic

March 15, 2018

1,200 buckets of debris removed. That is what it took to build beautiful, apartments (or “flats”) out of an attic previously inhabited only by pigeons. It

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Access to Land Lies at the Heart of Ending Poverty

November 10, 2017

Over this weekend, decisions will be made that will influence priorities of governments around the world. In September 2015, at a meeting of the United Nations

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