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WHAT TO DO WITH THE CRISIS OF HOUSING IN UKRAINE?
Natalia Lomonosova, Pavlo Fedoriv
CEDOS
TIME & DATE
19:00, 20 February 2020
ENTRANCE
admission by registration
LANGUAGE
Ukrainian
LOCATION
Kooperativ, Sichovykh Striltsiv St., 23 A Kyiv
What are the reasons for the housing crisis in Ukraine? Can mortgage lending solve these problems and for whom? What should be done in the housing rental sector? How in the near future the proportion of those who have private property can actually decrease, and what positive things can be in this?

At the end of 2019, the CEDOS think tank published the most comprehensive publication on housing policy in Ukraine to date. It is the result of a project that included analysis of legislation, statistics, housing programs, national sociological surveys, as well as expert interviews and international experience.

Within the event, CEDOS experts will answer urgent questions about housing in Ukraine and outline what housing policy should be to guarantee the right to housing for all.

Natalia Lomonosova is an analyst of social policy, labor, employment and migration at CEDOS. Co-editor of 'Politychna Critika'. Natalia is BA Cultural Studies, MA and PhD student in Sociology, National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy", Kyiv, Ukraine.

Pavlo Fedoriv is an urban geographer at CEDOS. He investigates housing policies, including its impact on urban geography and social inequalities. Pavlo is MA Geography, Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv, Ukraine. MSc in Urban Studies (4Cities).