Housing Ministers meeting in Nice, Marie Linder IUT participates in pre-conference

One week to go to Housing Ministers meeting in Nice

On the eve of the ministerial meeting initiated by the French Presidency of the Council which will bring together the 27 housing ministers of the European Union in Nice on March, 8th, L’Union Sociale pour l’Habitat (USH), Housing Europe, the think-tank Confrontations Europe, and Maison de l’Europe will organise a web conference on March, 7th to discuss the role of the EU in the context of the affordable housing crisis affecting Member States. A Joint Resolution with 10 concrete asks led by Housing Europe, L’Union Sociale pour l’Habitat (USH), Confrontations Europe, Eurocities, and the International Union of Tenants (IUT) www.iut.nu will be presented at 12:15 CET.

In the presence of the Commissioner responsible for the European Pillar of Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit and the rapporteurs from the European Parliament, the Committee of the Regions (CoR), and the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) on the affordable housing dossier, the conference will bring on the table for discussion the objectives of the European Commission that influence the level of affordable housing in Europe. We will put housing in the context of the Recovery Plans, EU’s cohesion policy, climate-related directives, the Renovation Wave, the fight against homelessness, and the mechanisms that could be implemented to boost the necessary investments. Register for this session today.

Stay tuned via #HousingEU2022FR and IUT’s and Housing Europe’s online channels.

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