‘Immigrants and Ethnic Minorities in European Cities: Life-courses and Quality of Life in a World of Limitations’ (Latcheva et al, 2006)
As regards social cohesion:
The integration of 6 groups of first generation immigrants from different sending countries into 6 cities in 5 European countries: Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal and Sweden
Housing is a key indicator for:
- quality of life
- integration in the receiving country
- social cohesion
- urban tension
Housing quality depends a lot on the quality of housing provision in the receiving country.
The housing situation of immigrants has improved over time (Latcheva et al, 2006).
As regards migration, ethnic diversity and neighbourhoods:
(Latcheva et al, 2006)
Neighbourhood cohesion and social integration
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