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Marta Barna
Taras Vasyltsiv
Joanna Rakowska

Keywords : social housing, social vulnerability of the population, war, internally displaced persons

Aim: The aim of the study was to determine the conditions, tools and mechanisms necessary for the state
policy of Ukraine to provide Ukrainians with social housing during and after the war. Methods: The study
used a set of scientific methods, including generalization, theoretical and methodological grouping, analysis
and synthesis. Results: Based on the analysis of the solutions in Ukraine and selected European countries so
far, the conceptual apparatus was generalized, and the features of social housing were defined. Conclusions:
A list of entities entitled to social housing, sources and mechanisms of its financing and support programs
were defined. Based on the obtained results, recommendations were presented for the policy of supporting
social housing in Ukraine.

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