Take a look at the article “MOBA: Rethinking needs and financing for affordable rental and cooperative housing in Central and South-Eastern Europe” published by Radical Housing Journal (ISSUE 6.1).
From the editorial: “The advancement of community-led housing initiatives requires enabling institutional and financial conditions. In a Conversation led by RHJ editorial collective members Camila Cociña and Mara Ferreri with Csaba Jelineka and Zsuzsanna Pósfai, two members of the MOBA collective network discuss pioneering housing cooperatives in Central and South-Eastern Europe, we explore the social demand and financing challenges of affordable rental and cooperative housing in the region. The conversation reflects on a recent large- scale study developed by MOBA looking at how catalytic capital investment can enable the provision of affordable rental and cooperative housing in this particular region. The conversation explores the need and desire to broaden alternative housing models, the financial products that may enable an emerging affordable rental and cooperative housing sector, the history and future plans of MOBA and the importance of international solidarity and networks.”