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Third Overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe 2018

Since 2015, FEANTSA and the Fondation Abbé Pierre have released a yearly Overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe. These annual reports look at the latest Eurostat data (EU-SILC) and assess EU countries' capacity to adequately house their populations.

The 2018 version reveals how millions of Europeans face housing exclusion on a daily basis as well as a dramatic picture of increasing homelessness across most of the EU – in particular amongst children, women and migrants.

Full Report: English and French

Chapters:

  1. Zero homeless people in Europe: How do we get there?
  2. European Index of Housing Exclusion
  3. Housing Rights in Europe

Specific Country Zooms:

  1. Austria
  2. Czech Republic
  3. England
  4. Italy
  5. Sweden

We have also gathered the information from the report and compiled profiles on certain countries:

Press Coverage: The Report was featured in newspapers and online media throughout Europe - Read the overview of press coverage

Second Overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe 2017

The 2017 version reveals alarming evidence of rising homelessness across the majority of the European Union, as well as a dramatic picture of severe housing deprivation in almost all EU countries. 

Full Report: English and French

Chapters:

  1. Europe and Homelessness: Alarming Trends
  2. European Index of Housing Exclusion
  3. Evictions in Europe: Useless, Expensive and Preventable
  4. Monitoring of European Case Law in Relation to Housing

We have also gathered the information from the report and compiled profiles on certain countries: 

Belgium (EN)(FR)

Denmark

France (FR)

Germany (EN)(DE)

Greece

Ireland

Italy (EN)(IT)

Netherlands (EN)(NL)

Poland

Romania

Spain (EN)(ES)

United Kingdom