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The Self-Build ExperienceInstitutionalisation, Place-Making and City Building$
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Willem Salet, Camila D'Ottaviano, Stan Majoor, and Daniel Bossuyt

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781447348429

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: January 2021

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781447348429.001.0001

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My House, My Life Programme – Entities: two self-management experiences in the city of São Paulo

My House, My Life Programme – Entities: two self-management experiences in the city of São Paulo

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(p.79) 5 My House, My Life Programme – Entities: two self-management experiences in the city of São Paulo
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The Self-Build Experience
Author(s):

Camila D’Ottaviano

Adelcke Rossetto Netto

Cecília Andrade Fiúza

Flávia Massimetti

Juliana do Amaral Costa Lima

Publisher:
Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781447348429.003.0005

The chapter analyses two experiences of housing production through the federal Program ‘My Life My House Entities’ in São Paulo: Ipiranga/ Dandara and Maria Domitila buildings, both projects of Unification of the Tenements and Housing Struggles (Unificação das Lutas de Cortiços e Moradia – ULCM) movement. São Paulo has a long history of innovative policies regarding self-build housing. During the last two decades, government housing programs steadily incorporated self-help and collective task forces. The text analyses the opportunity of high quality affordable housing in central areas based on self-help and participative practices in the recent Brazilian experience.

Keywords:   Housing, public policy, housing movements, self-help, Brazil, São Paulo

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