Access to decent housing is the right of every person and all countries have put it on their agenda. In Iran, despite the emphasis on decent housing in Article 31 of the Constitution, the right to decent housing has not been realized in practice. Therefore, the current research seeks to develop a model to achieve the right to decent housing. The research is guided by a qualitative method. The structural-interpretive modeling has been used to present the model of the right to decent housing, and the mix-and-match analysis has been used to cluster the factors. The sampling method is purposeful and the statistical population is housing experts. The findings show that factors such as 1) keeping pace with the ideology and beliefs of the society, 2) relationships related to the governance structure, 3) relationships related to the social structure, 4) improving the security of possession, 5) justice in possession and 6) local requirements have the greatest influence in realizing the right to decent housing. The findings inform the housing trustees about their policies and remind them that they should reconsider their procedures. Instead of centralized policymaking, they should turn to local policymaking (provincialization of housing policy .
- حق عضویت دریافتی صرف حمایت از نشریات عضو و نگهداری، تکمیل و توسعه مگیران میشود.
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