Housing First: successo, modelli e sfide politiche

Autori/Curatori: Michele Lancione
Anno di pubblicazione: 2015 Fascicolo: 2 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 18 P. 23-40 Dimensione file: 101 KB
DOI: 10.3280/PSC2015-002003
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L’articolo offre un’introduzione critica a una politica per la casa e di sostegno diretta a persone senza dimora chiamata "Housing First". Vengono illustrate le ragioni del successo di tale politica evidenziando come, nel suo viaggiare globale, non resti sempre uguale a se stessa ma cambi per adeguarsi alle dinamiche dei differenti contesti. L’adattamento dello e allo Housing First pone quindi delle complesse sfide di policy (modello di intervento) e politics (sistema di pensiero). L’obiettivo è fornire un quadro analitico di queste sfide che possa essere utile sia a comprendere meglio la portata innovativa dell’Housing First, che a stimolare una riflessione critica intorno alla nascente esperienza italiana.

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  • Passive adaptation or active engagement? The challenges of Housing First internationally and in the Italian case Michele Lancione, Alice Stefanizzi, Marta Gaboardi, in Housing Studies /2018 pp.40
    DOI: 10.1080/02673037.2017.1344200

Michele Lancione, Housing First: successo, modelli e sfide politiche in "PSICOLOGIA DI COMUNITA’" 2/2015, pp 23-40, DOI: 10.3280/PSC2015-002003