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Brussels: Neighbourhoods as Generators of Integration

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Abstract

When the geographical and historical context is taken into account, spatial concentration of poverty in Belgium can be expected in three situations: working class areas in the nineteenth-century inner city belts, in industrial regions, and recent social housing estates. The second one is not relevant in the Brussels context.

Keywords

Housing Market Single Mother Social Housing Homeless People Illegal Immigrant 
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© Christian Kesteloot & Pascale Mistiaen 2006

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