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12 Jun / 2013Program by:

Housing and Entry

How can we the Auroville community address the housing bottleneck? Or is there an issue at all? In this followup to the community meeting about the Entry process, residents discuss these and other questions. This is not a new topic. Aurovilians quickly had a long list of suggested reforms and more radical ideas. One thing that is clear is that lack of affordable long-term housing has indeed strongly influenced some potential residents’ decisions to leave Auroville. If we want the city to grow, we need to help new people feel at home here.

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