BMSZKI - Budapesti Módszertani Szociális Központ és Intézményei
Date of the ruling (Decision on the merits) : December 8th 2004
Jurisdiction : European Committee of Social Rights - Council of Europe
Legal basis : Article 16 (right for the family to social, legal and economic protection) of the Revised European Social Charter.
Date of the ruling (Decision on the merits) : October 18th 2006
Legal basis : Article 16 (right of the family to social, legal and economic protection) and Article E (non-discrimination) of the Revised European Social Charter.
Decided on 16 December 2014
Relevant Articles: Article 3 of the European Convention on Human Rights (against torture, and "inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment") and Article 8 of the Convention (right to respect for their family life and/or their home)
In the case Ceesay Ceesay and Others v.
On 13 June 2014, Housing Rights Watch, along with Fondation Abbe Pierre and FEANTSA organized an expert workshop to talk about housing solutions for homeless people in Europe.
Presentation on alternative housing made by N.Bernard at the Housing rights watch
expert workshop in madrid on the 13th of june 2014
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Presentation of the community land trusts work in general and in Bruxelles made at the housing
rights watch expert workshop in Madrid 13 june 2014
For english version click here
Versión español, haga clic aquí
Full report in English - click here
Full report in Spanish - click here
Hopeful home purchases during Spain’s economic boom have turned into a nightmare of foreclosures, evictions, and over-indebtedness amid the economic crisis.
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