Apur'Café #16: Emergency accommodation: new approaches, hybrid projects

Apur'Café © Apur

On 15th April, Apur presented the study “Emergency accommodation: new approaches, hybrid projects”.

In a context where needs are growing, this study explores new approaches to emergency accommodation: mixed populations and uses, temporary or modular centres, places that interact with the city, solidarity provisions. 

Carried out in collaboration with the key players of projects, it describes some of the initiatives taken in Greater Paris - Grand Paris: nine sites which offer emergency accommodation with new approaches as well as citizen initiatives and forms of accommodation proposed by individuals.

What can be learnt from these experiences? How can they contribute to developing solutions? What are the conditions for success? The study brings us the first lessons and lines of thought for spreading these initiatives onto a wider scale. 

Apur'Café #16 : Hébergement d’urgence : approches nouvelles, projets hybrides

With contributions by:

  • Émilie Moreau, Director of Studies
  • Maguelone Schnetzler, Study Manager
  • Corentin Ortais, Study Manager

Study carried out by:

  • Émilie Moreau, Director of Studies
  • Maguelone Schnetzler, Study Manager
  • Corentin Ortais, Study Manager

with the assistance of Jean-François Arènes, Clément Boisseuil, Louise Lepage, Marie Molinier and Emmanuelle Pierre-Marie


Cartography and statistical processing:

  • Morad Khaloua, GIS specialist
  • Anne Servais, cartographer

Resources

Documents to download

  • Webinar

    Presentation of the webconférence #16 : Emergency accommodation: new approaches, hybrid projects

    Format : pdf, 37.02 MB
    Download
  • Study

    Emergency accommodation: new approaches, hybrid projects - Examples in the Greater Paris -Grand Paris Metropole-

    Format : pdf, 42.51 MB
    Download
  • Document

    Provisional program of web conferences - Part 5

    Format : pdf, 205.1 KB
    Download