High inflation and falling wages has left entire families in Buenos Aires vulnerable. The city is supporting its people to get a roof over their heads and create opportunities to improve their lives.
La regeneración de Renca: la regeneración urbana como clave para resolver la crisis de la vivienda
La crisis de la vivienda es nacional, pero sus efectos son más evidentes a nivel local, en ciudades como Renca. Renca -con una población de más de 140.000 habitantes- tiene un déficit habitacional de 5.000 viviendas, lo que ha provocado que muchos recurran a viviendas compartidas o vivan en campamentos o en la calle.
Renca’s regeneration: invigorating urban spaces to solve the housing crisis
The Chile housing crisis is national, but its effects are sharpest locally in cities like Renca. With a population of more than 160,000, it has a housing deficit of 5,000 homes. Renca is revisiting its housing plan –for the people and with the people.
Backing Bristolians during the cost-of-living crisis
Bristol is a tale of two cities with a strong economy but facing entrenched inequalities. Its “Bristol One City” brings together public, private, voluntary and other partners from across the city to deliver on shared priorities.
Cape Town: the crisis and the cure for housing affordability
Sprawling informal settlements are expanding every year in major South African cities. In Cape Town, the housing crisis is as severe as anywhere in the country and they have a plan to fix it.
A better balance for Barranquilla: How the city is tackling inequality
Barranquilla, Colombia is making a name for itself through its urban transformation. It has halved its poverty rate in less than ten years and it’s not stopping there…
Back to basics in Braga: Making urban homes more affordable
The city of Braga, in the North of Portugal, is facing a housing crisis unprecedented in its recent history. The municipality decided it was time for a reset…
The Chattanooga challenge: Bringing its people in from the cold
“I knew from my ﬁrst day in ofﬁce that we needed to unite our community and take bold and decisive steps to tackle the homelessness crisis”, says Mayor Tim Kelly. This is how we did it.