Housing, March 2003, p. 20-21
Discusses the role of the fledgling South African housing association movement in providing basic social housing. New associations need urgent access to available EU funding for capacity building. They also require grants not loans from government to cover building and maintenance costs as the low rents paid by tenants are insufficient.
B. O. Birgersson
Community Development Journal, vol. 38, 2003, p. 43-47
In rural Sweden there is a tradition of village clubs or residents associations which have been active in service provision. Article discusses the feasibility of transplanting this movement to urban areas to facilitate tenant participation in social housing management.