Report

Housing insecurity and its link to the social inclusion agenda

27 May 2009
Description

Lower income renters' experiences of housing insecurity have six important dimensions. Compounded by other aspects of social and economic disadvantages, the result is social exclusion.

Housing insecurity experienced by low income renters is multi-dimensional, including: needing to move as a result of circumstances outside a person’s control, instability in housing circumstances, feeling unsafe within the home and its environs, lack of privacy, lack of supportive relationships and connection to the local community, and lack of comfort.

Publication Details
Published year only: 
2009
3
Share
Share
Subject Areas
Subjects
Geographic Coverage
Advertisement