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An Exploratory Study on the Children for Poverty Housing
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An Exploratory Study on the Children for Poverty Housing
Ko, Ju-Ae;
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 Abstract
The government has switched the purpose of housing policy, from the `housing supply` to `housing welfare`, with the Housing Laws established in 2015 under evaluation that resident stability and resident standard were improved. But, as `affordable` housing is gradually decreasing, residential environment has become more poor. Residential environment is a basic element for the child safety, health, and better education. This study explored that the poor resident environment had effect on the child, figured out the situation on housing poverty of domestic child and searched the situation of the residential policy of domestic and foreign child. The main results are as follows. First, the poor resident environment of childhood has a bad effect on the physical health, mental health, academic achievement and cognitive development. Second, 1.29 million children (11.9%) are living in condition of housing poverty below minimum resident standard and are concentrated in certain areas. Third, the policy on housing poverty of domestic child is almost absent and focuses on the elderly, young people. this study discussed political and practical solutions based on these research results. On the basis of these research results, as policy suggestions we proposed housing policy making based on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, evidence-based housing policy enforcement and, residential policy suggestions under the responsibility of central government, and as practical suggestions community working as the subject and related agency`s solidarity from prevention activity of housing poverty and child advocacy point and we discussed way for issue and analyzed related laws, policies, commitments.
 Keywords
Child Housing Poverty;Housing Policy;
 Language
Korean
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