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A Study of an Evaluation and Tasks of 「Act on Support for Underprivileged Group, Disabled Persons and Age, etc.」

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2012, 57(), pp.101-122
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law

Lee,Heon-Seok 1 Gyeongsu Yeo 2

1서원대학교
2충북대학교

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ABSTRACT

The proposed research will examine the impacts of the Act on Support for Underprivileged Group, Disabled Persons and Age, etc. The ‘right to housing’ in Korea implies that disadvantaged people suffering poverty or housing difficulty enjoy priority access to public housing. Everyone shares the right to a decent standard of living. Essential to the achievement of this standard and therefore to the fulfillment of human Housing rights is main fundamental rights to existence, comfortable environmental rights and cultural fundamental rights. Especially adequate housing for handicapped people is essential to live independently. Handicapped and non-handicapped people should be able to live together anywhere in the country. The reality, however, is that most handicapped individuals do not have opportunities for employment and housing because of insufficient support by government and social discrimination. National policy should be focus on the handicapped to overcome discrimination substantially, cooperation between the private and public sectors in the course of implementing that policy is importance. The status of the aged has changed by their functions and social structure in the industrial society. Weakness of productivity, property, family traditional link, mutual dependence, and public relationship caused by urbanization makes the position of the aged attenuate. To enable the elder to continue to stay in their own home and community, a universal design approach is widely adopted in designing housing units. The purpose of this paper is to study an evaluation and tasks of 「Act on Support for Underprivileged Group, Disabled Persons and Age, ETC.」

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