Immobiliare Sociale Bresciana - Società Cooperativa Sociale

: Apr 4, 2019

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About Me

ISB – Immobiliare Sociale Bresciana is a non-profit cooperative group (specifically a Consortium of Social Cooperatives) born in 2001 and located in Brescia, North of Italy.

Our main scope is within social housing, to achieve a double objective:

  • creating appropriate structures to host the operative offices of the member and non-member non-profit cooperatives
  • safeguarding social cohesion, to reduce the housing problems of disadvantaged people and families who are unable to access housing in the open market and that don’t fulfil the requirements fixed by ALER, the Italian Authority for Public Social Housing (single-income families, single people in situations of economic precariousness, non-EU citizens, young people who have just entered the world of work).


Since 2015 ISB has been included in the Italian “reception system for asylum seekers”, providing adequate lodging to applicants for international protection.


We work in strict collaboration with Infrastrutture Sociali, a non-profit organisation located in Brescia as well. Together we plan initiatives of social and affordable housing in our town; integration and education services for migrants and asylum seekers, housing provision and home care.

Since 2012we have started experimenting “cohabitation services”, considering this housing solution useful both to support particularly complex and fragile situations from an economic and social point of view, and to support temporary housing in cases of momentary economic difficulty.

At the moment we are following Rights Equality Citizenship's and C and Erasmus +' Calls. We would like to participate as partners as we are at our first experience.


Keywords and matching areas:

 Rural Development
 Social Affaires and Inclusion
 Social Housing
 Sustainable Development
 Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund (AMIF)
 Aid to Refugees
 Adult Learning
 Rights, Equality and Citizenship Programme
 Migrants and Refugees

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