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Despite devices set up for stable homeless people, "we always see as many people in the streets," alerts the popular help © SYSPEO / SIPA people without home stable in the streets of Nice (illustration) . precarit - despite devices set up for people without a stable home, "We always see as many people in the streets," alerts the rescue People's
last week, the Justice decided to cancel an order "Antitéendicity" taken by the city of Nice in 2019, for the summer season. A measure that had earned the municipality a price at PICs d'Or, this ceremony of the Abbé-Pierre Foundation which "distinguishes" the devices in favor of the people without residence stable .
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Me Mireille Damiano, representing the League of Human Rights, stresses the importance of the judicial outcome, which the length of the procedure does not matter [since the text is now no longer applicable]. "In Nice, everything is done to make sure we do not see misery. However, the poverty rate is one of the highest in France [ Nice is the 4th poorest city in the country ], so there is material to worry. Especially in this period of end of winter truce where there is a shower of evictions. The problem, "it is the accommodation"
a statement shared by the rescue popular during the marauds. Jean Stellittano, Secretary General of the Federation of Alpes-Maritimes, develops: "We always have as many people in the streets but the audiences are different. These are the consequences of the sanitary crisis. And we will see more in the months to come with the war in Ukraine and the cost of living that continues to rise. He also implores "not to drop 'other' 'with" this momentum of grandiose solidarity "for Ukrainians," especially in the Alpes-Maritimes ".
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"What has been put in place are more devices found," he says. In maraude, I hear "If I were Ukrainian, I will not be on the street." It is urgent that the public authorities act for all in the same way so that the year 2022 gives the right and the luck to all to fit into our society ".
For him, "the problem today, it's the accommodation" and "our ability to dignity these people who are on the street". "It takes more accommodation housing and a real strengthening in support. "
820 people in distress in Nice
This is what the city of Nice works. "As of June, Jennifer Salles-Barbosa, Assistant to the Town Hall and Vice-President of the Communal Social Action Center (CCAS), mobile social teams will meet people in distress to try to Detect difficulties and help them as effectively as possible. An action that will be addressed at the 15th Corps Day Home and Emergency Accommodation Center Trachel.
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It also evokes mobile maraudes and distributions made by local associations so that "every day there is a meal". "We do not die of hunger in Nice, launches the elected. But we can still sleep in the street. Not for lack of space, but because there are people who do not want to be helped, who refuse the system. Others, "few" according to the vice-president, do not want to leave their pet. A problem that will be solved "by next winter", Ad Jennifer Salles-Barbosa. "We are currently in the reflection phase to imagine a homeless home home structure with their animals, all sizes [a center accepts small sizes].
According to a census conducted in January 2022 for the night of solidarity, 195 people still slept in the street and 625 were housed in emergency devices in Nice. Niciterois years later, a municipal decree "Antitéendicity" annulled by the administrative court in Nice Nicela Distribution of meal baskets stops in Nice and the homeless "who are hungry" are worried
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