The inform on ‘Access to Autonomous Housing in the Context of International Protection’ delves into the dynamics of securing autonomous housing for beneficiaries and applicants of international protection. Unveiling the challenges faced by these individuals, this inform provides an overview of the different approaches and strategies employed by EMN Member Countries and Serbia to support their access to autonomous housing.

The findings of the inform highlight the obstacles encountered by applicants and beneficiaries of international protection, including a widespread shortage of housing and consequent increase in housing prices, long waiting lists within the social rented sector and discrimination in the private housing market. Language barriers and administrative hurdles further compound these challenges, making the transition to autonomous housing a complex process.


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