ENHR 2019

August 27-30, 2019
Kallithea, Greece
Socio-economic cohesion and convergence were key principles underpinning the European social model, which emerged as the continent was trying to recover from the devastating wounds fascism and Nazism had inflicted on it. Most major European countries developed their welfare states, in an attempt to support the post-war effort and to rebuild wealthier, more equitable and fairer societies. Housing played a fundamental role in securing decent living standards for everyone and as part of people’s right to the city.