Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Margherita Grazioli
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2021/99 Language English
Pages 6 P. 67-72 File size 134 KB
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As the aftermath of the 2008 financial crash has caused a spike in housing vulnerability, squatting for housing purposes has gained a new momentum in Rome (Italy). If national laws like the Article 5 of the 2014 Housing Plan have pursued the eradication of the phenomenon, local districts have often adopted a more dialoguing approach towards the squatters and Housing Rights Movements to de-escalate the social exclusion it undergirds. Dwelling upon activist-ethnographic materials, this paper combines the social innovation theory with the framework of street-level bureaucracies to critically appreciate whether the initiatives activated by local administrators and social welfare practitioners in cooperation with the Housing Rights Movements in Rome can configure durable social innovations.
Keywords: housing squats; street level bureaucracies; Rome
Margherita Grazioli, Social innovations and street-level bureaucracies: the governance of housing squats in Rome in "TERRITORIO" 99/2021, pp 67-72, DOI: 10.3280/TR2021-099010