In recent years, a group of homeless people has grown significantly – there are people who do not have a substance abuse problem or is suffering from a mental illness.
These are known as, structurally, the homeless, and unlike the latter, which is known as the social officer.
" It's the people who work in the community, and they also have to have a job. However, they may have a poor credit history and debts, which means that they don't get a contract, and they are able to absolutely not be able to borrow from the bank in order to buy a home, " says Anna Granath in the country.
"it was quite a large group that has been in Sweden for only a short period of time," she added, referring to the great immigration, about the year 2015.
" she has sketched for us on the social bostadssektor – which is known internationally as social housing – it can be a framgångsväg.
One such sector is that the housing is bent and in particular to a certain group. It has not been something that the Swedish authorities have wanted to argue, to the contrary. It has been considered to be stigmatising, and are at risk of creating utanförskapsområden.
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But Anna Granath, Hanson believes that the significant increase in the costs of homelessness are, at least, should be cause for reflection.
"We have a growing number of municipalities that have very high costs in social services for the people who don't have a home," she said.
" It's costing billions and billions a year. It is a completely untenable situation, " she says.
she walks through the way in which the sector operates in other countries in europe.
The first conclusion is that it varies greatly between countries, and how many people that could benefit from it, and what are the measures of the different states, in order to maintain such a sector.
In the public interest there are many features that are similar to other countries, the social bostadssektorer. In Malmö, the benefit of the common good to the EIA, for example, one-half of the tenants of the 25 per cent with the lowest incomes.
However, this is not the team of the Anna Granath, Hanson says, is the most likely target for a social bostadssektor in Sweden.
no one clear model. The opposition in Sweden, she believes that the sector, if implemented, is going to be small, and this means that policy-makers have to make a decision on what is the target audience, it's going to be about.
What you're seeing now is that some of the municipalities are building the homes, which are located outside of the municipal housing companies, and that is, in order to solve this problem.
And then there is the reason that Granath, Hanson thinks it will be to the target audience.
" They are structural, they are new. This is the group that is on the increase. It is they who are going to socialförvaltningarna, for economic reasons, " she says.
the cost to rise. In order to solve the accommodation, week after week, for these people, they offer huge cost upwards of 50,000 dollars a month for a homeless person.
It does that some local authorities have already been thought of.
"What you're seeing now is that some of the municipalities are building the homes, which are located outside of the municipal housing companies, and that is, in order to solve this problem," says Granath in the country.