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MICOLL addresses the difficulties for migrants and especially refugees to access affordable and quality housing. Through test beds in Austria, Sweden and the UK, potential and barriers of collaborative housing (CH) solutions for the long-term integration of refugees will be identified and engaged with, leading to enhanced knowledge and increased capacity among stakeholders. The project is action-oriented with close involvement of local residentsand actors, butis also committed to learning across the three countries and beyond to better identify relevant actors, processes and institutional systems for support and upscaling of collaborative housing for migrants and provide recommendations for cities, municipalities, local public bodies, middle agents and third sector organisations.
Duration: 2021 – 2022
Contact: Jaan-Henrik Kain, Gothenburg Research Institute GRI
Budget: 175,244 Euros
Partners: Gothenburg Research Institute GRI at University of Gothenburg, Chalmers University of Technology – Dept. of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Johannes Kepler, Aschauer Corporate Governance Forschungs GmbH, Lancaster University, Institute for Social Futures, Swedish Union of Tenants, Egnahemsfabriken, Tjörn, Integration Unit of the Municipality of Tjörn, wohnbund:consult eG, IBA_Vienna, Community Led Housing, London hub, London Borough of Camden, Housing Associations’ Charitable Trust, UK Cohousing Trust, Neunerimmo