Rätten till bostad : endast för den skötsamma medborgaren?

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Mänskliga rättigheter

Sammanfattning: This work deals primarily with the question whether it is enough to be a citizen to take part of all civil and human rights, or are there additional requirements like “good character” involved? There are 34 000 citizens in Sweden living in homelessness of which 40% have some sort of abuse-or addictionproblem. In this work, I try to find out how Sweden explains their situation of homelessness by doing a discourse analysis of the concepts and definitions that I will find in the survey done by the Swedish National Board of Health and Welfare “Hemlöshet och utestängning från bostadsmarknaden 2011 – omfattning och karaktär” and in the national strategy against homelessness, ”Hemlöshet många ansikten mångas ansvar – en strategi för att motverka hemlöshet och utestängning från bostadsmarknaden”. Above all, I seek answers to how the homelessness of the person with some sort of alcoholproblem is explained, to thereby receive an answer on the question if all citizens' right to housing is self-evident or if some citizens must "blame themselves". The analysis is based on Kavehs theory of “the conditional permit” and I will be using the conception of “the good character ideal” by Ambjörnsson.

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