How the other half lives: coronavirus, housing and justice

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Abstract

Covid-19 and especially the extreme measures of the lockdown in response to the virus, have exposed existing housing inequalities. They revealed how, in the 21st century, households still live in poor and insecure housing conditions exposing them to increased physical and mental health risks. In the Netherlands, where we as authors are based, similar inequalities and injustices in the housing sector can be observed. How can the wide variety of impacts of the coronavirus be understood, and what should be done to address them? Justice theories offer a valuable framework. By spotlighting the impacts of the coronavirus crisis on four households who are differently affected, we explore different critical perspectives to analyse the current crisis more coherently.
Original languageEnglish
Publisher1M Homes initiative
EditionVersion 1
Media of outputOnline
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 19 Oct 2020

Keywords

  • coronavirus
  • justice
  • housing inequalities
  • values

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