An article, as the first part of a series of posts on the HomeLab project, has been published on the ^Housing Futures blog, which is an international online platform on housing strategies for cities around the globe.
The HomeLab project and the Social Rental Enterprise model was presented at the Social Rental Agencies workspace, held by Eszter Somogyi (Metropolitan Research Institute, Budapest), at the FEANTSA Conference, 18-19th of May 2017.
Housing Europe, a member of HomeLab’s Dissemination Board, recently informed housing researchers and professionals about the project in an article published on its website. Launched on October 1st, 2016 the “HomeLab – Integrated Housing and Labour Services in the Social Rental Enterprise model” is a project supported by the European Union’s Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (”EaSI”). Carried out under the leadership of Metropolitan Research Institute (MRI), the project aims at promoting the social and labour market integration of vulnerable groups through the horizontal integration of individualised case handling in employment, housing and social support, in the framework of implementing the Social Rental Enterprise (SRE) model.