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WORKSHOP No. 1 | COLLABORATIVE HOUSING ........................................................................ 14

                  “All very nice in theory”: Attitudes towards shared living among non-adopters in Belgium ................ 14
                  Decreasing Domestic Workload through Collaborative Housing: A Means to Emancipate Inhabitants?
                   ................................................................................................................................................................ 15
                  Collaborative housing: a plausible tool for multicultural and intergenerational integration in Sweden . 16
                  Fostering Social Inclusion and Solidarity: Swiss Housing Cooperatives’ approaches and strategies .... 17

                  Designing affordable collaborative housing: the role of collective design processes in new forms of
                  affordable housing provision .................................................................................................................. 18

                  The new Dutch ‘wooncoöperatie’ housing model: A tale of collective self-organisation of social tenants
                  in Amsterdam .......................................................................................................................................... 19

                  How to manage self-management? On the cooperation between self-organised tenants and housing
                  corporation professionals in a mixed Dutch-refugee housing project..................................................... 20

                  The influence of public action recomposition on the CLT model dissemination in Western Europe .... 21
                  Re-inventing co-housing in Denmark after the neoliberal turn .............................................................. 22

                  The Co-housing Model used for Social Innovation in five Danish cases ............................................... 23
                  The introduction of the Community Land Trust in Europe: A notion of the commons with plural
                  realities .................................................................................................................................................... 24
                  Territorial, temporal and organisational dimensions of collaborative housing: What are the patterns? . 25
                  Cluster apartments: luxury or model for collaborative social housing?.................................................. 26
                  Emergent collaborative housing in Catalonia and the challenges of public-community co-production . 27

                  How does collaborative housing reshape professional practices in social housing sector? French and
                  German perspectives ............................................................................................................................... 28

                  The global circulation of collaborative housing models: The cases of CLT and Housing Cooperative . 29
                  A new wave of rental-based housing cooperatives in Eastern Europe? – The experience of the MOBA
                  network ................................................................................................................................................... 30
                  Towards the development of Collaborative Housing in Chile: recedents & perspectives ...................... 31

                WORKSHOP No. 2 | DISADVANTAGED URBAN NEIGHBOURHOODS AND COMMUNITIES
                .................................................................................................................................................................... 32

                  Do schools mix students from different neighbourhoods? School segregation and student allocation in
                  Swedish municipalities ........................................................................................................................... 32

                  The effect of the ‘introduction programme’ on humanitarian immigrants’ earnings ............................. 33
                  Intergenerational contextual mobility and neighbourhood inequality: A study of the 1986 cohort ....... 34
                  Housing tenure pathways in Sweden. A longitudinal cohort study ........................................................ 35

                  Escaping One’s Disadvantage: How Neighborhood Context can Alter Life Outcomes ......................... 36
                  Neighbourhood Change, Neighbourhood Attachment and Social Participation in Chinese Cities – A
                  Case Study of Chengdu ........................................................................................................................... 37


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