Housing Europe - The European Federation for Public Cooperative and Social Housing (Housing Europe)
1988-03-04 Brussels Belgium
Original statutes adopted 4 Mar 1988. Statutes modified: 8 Nov 1990, Venice (Italy); 18 May 1993, Santiago de Compostella (Spain); 4 Oct 1994, Faro (Portugal). Derives from U-XH0082 - European Committee of Housing Cooperatives, set up May 1986, by national housing cooperatives (5) in France, Germany FR and Italy.
Provide access to decent and affordable housing for all throughout Europe in communities which are socially, economically and environmentally sustainable and where everyone is enabled to reach their full potential.
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General Assembly; Board; Executive Committee; Working Groups. Includes Research branch: F-XF4214 - European Social Housing Observatory.
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