More information about the study, its conclusions and recommendations, and the work of #Housing2030 can be found at www.housing2030.org and https://unece.org/publications/housing-and-land-management.
“The #Housing2030 report offers a very rich toolkit, which can help to support the work of our sector, but at the top of it is political commitment, dialogue, willingness to see the bigger picture and providing necessary financial and human resources to deliver the basic human right that decent, quality housing really is”, the President of Housing Europe, the European Federation of public, cooperative and social housing, Bent Madsen stressed.
UNECE Executive Secretary, Ms. Olga Algayerova underlined that “UNECE supports the key messages of the #Housing2030 report that there is an urgent need to rethink housing policy making. Housing policy should be based on a stronger engagement of national and local governments in shaping the markets to better deliver the housing we need to move away from simply relying on market mechanisms. Multilevel governance approach and international cooperation must be further strengthened”.
“Since its foundation, UN-Habitat has worked to promote the realisation of the right to adequate housing for all as one of the transformative forces that can lead the world to overcome challenges related to climate change, poverty, exclusion and inequality. We are committed to ensure that the growth of cities and nations around the world translates in more equally distributed opportunities, and that no-one and no place is left behind. Increasing housing affordability is critical in reaching this goal and is now made even more urgent by the impacts of COVID-19. For this reason, Housing2030 is as timely as it is crucial,” Christophe Lalande, Housing Lead Specialist in the Land, Housing and Shelter Section at UN-Habitat said.
READ THE REPORT HERE: #Housing2030 – Effective policies for affordable housing in the UNECE region – EN – Web