Localism and Housing - 2 research perspectives

Locations
Law Building, Moot Room, University of Birmingham
Category
Research, Social Sciences, Students
Date(s)
Tuesday 7th May 2013 (16:15-17:45)
Contact

Event FREE. For more information please contact Rebecca Berridge, r.j.berridge@bham.ac.uk, +44(0)121 414 3086.

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Download the Localism and Housing research seminar flyer (PDF)

Housing and Communities is an important arena for current policy and practice challenges in relation to welfare reform, public expenditure reductions, homelessness, housing supply shortages, financial inclusion, anti-social behaviour, worklessness, Localism, the 'Big Society' and the role of third sector in service delivery. Research and knowledge transfer on these topics plays a key role in the University's civic engagement agenda.

We are inviting researchers from across the University and from the housing sector in the West Midlands to our second open seminar on 7 May.

Speakers:

  • David Mullins, Professor of Housing Policy, Housing and Communities Research Group
  • Dr Richard Lang, Visiting Plowden Research Fellow, Housing and Communities Research Group and  Senior Research Fellow WU Vienna University of Economics and Business, Research Institute for Co-operation and Co-operatives
  • Chair: Angus McCabe, Third Sector Research Centre and Social Policy, University of Birmingham.

More information and to book your place

Cost: FREE. 

To book your place, please register at http://hcrn2.eventbrite.co.uk/.

For more information about this event please contact Rebecca Berridge, r.j.berridge@bham.ac.uk, +44(0)121 414 3086.

Date: 7 May 2013
Venue: Moot Room, Law Building (Download map opposite)

More information

Find out more about the Housing and Communities Research Network.