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  • Can international housing rights based on public international law really impact on contemporary housing systems? 

    Kenna, Padraic (Ashgate, 2010-12)
    The concept of home advances a new basis for evaluating housing rights, emphasising their human and personal benefits. Housing rights address, at a national, regional and global level, displacement and dispossession, as ...
  • Globalization and housing rights 

    Kenna, Padraic (Indiana University Press, 2008-06)
    This article seeks to explore the relationship between the growing phenomenon of globalization and the field of housing rights. I begin with a general description of globalization, and move on to discuss its effect on ...
  • Housing and human rights 

    Kenna, Padraic (Elsevier, 2011)
    Housing meets a primary human need and housing rights are now enshrined housing rights within international human rights law, regional and constitutional legal instruments. These rights extend beyond shelter, and encompass ...
  • Housing rights - the new benchmarks for housing policy in Europe? 

    Kenna, Padraic (American Bar Association, 2005-11)
    Rights to housing are regularly proposed as the solution to poor housing and homelessness by advocates and campaigning organizations. This approach is viewed as having the critical international acclaim and legal clarity ...
  • Housing rights in Ireland. 

    Kenna, Padraic (Kluwer, 2003)
    Ireland has been the world leader in house price inflation since 1996, and has reached the highest level of home ownership among the OECD countries.1 Irish government housing policy has given the market a primary role in ...
  • Legal briefing: Equality. 

    Kenna, Padraic (Centre for Housing Research, 2009)
  • New developments in Irish housing rights 

    Kenna, Padraic (FEANTSA, 2010-12-10)
    Housing rights in Ireland remain very much underdeveloped, while the State suffers from a major property price hangover. While housing production boomed in the new century, waiting lists for social housing have grown over ...