Reducing inequalities according to SDG 10 by United Nations means that discriminatory practices and policies have to be eliminated and social, economic and political inclusion should be promoted. Having access to affordable housing is one of the most important basic needs of the population as housing is considered to ensure human dignity and social inclusion, specifically for low-income residents. In Mosul, which is just recovering from ISIS-Occupation, affordable housing may play a decisive role in promoting post-conflict-reconciliation and reforming a community based on more equality. Other aspects related to affordable housing also touch on different areas of sustainability: Providing affordable housing has a political dimension since it may be key to providing political stability and enhancing peace and equality in the community. If new affordable houses are constructed in consideration of the use of natural light and ventilation as well as recycling processes for used water and building materials, this will have also a positive impact on the construction and maintenance costs of housing facility as well as the natural environment since less resources are required and the construction costs can be reduced. In our workshop, we wish to discuss aspects of affordable housing from various perspectives. We will develop ideas how raising awareness for the topic can be improved and how affordable housing projects could be facilitated. The workshop is open for students of all disciplines and especially relevant for students of economics, architecture, engineering, environmental science, spatial planning but also social sciences, sociology, political sciences and related disciplines.