England | No one should lose their home because of coronavirus
The National Housing Federation urges housing associations to protect their tenants
Kate Henderson, Chief Executive at the National Housing Federation, which represents housing associations in England - not-for-profit landlords to more than six million people - said:
"No one should be evicted because of the coronavirus. We are confident that no housing association will do this, and want anyone affected by the outbreak to be reassured they will not be evicted."
Aedes urges housing companies to protect and support tenants
The Association of Dutch Social Housing Companies, Aedes advised its members, managing more than 1/3 of the total housing stock in the country, to seek solutions for tenants who experience payment difficulties as a result of the corona crisis, to avoid evictions and to allow construction and maintenance activities to continue as much as possible, but only if health is guaranteed.
The OECD has just launched its ‘How's Life? - Measuring Well-being’ report for 2020. This is part of an OECD initiative to measure the development and overall quality of life of the inhabitants of its 36 member states, 21 of which are members of the EU.