ACTIONS FOR HOUSING NOW: Translating Federal Policy Mandates Into Outcomes
When: Thursday, February 11th starting at 08:30 AM EST
Where: Carleton University’s 1125 @ Carleton, a new innovation lab focused on exploratory and collaborative approaches to solving social challenges through knowledge exchange.
*Note that this is an invitation only event, and pre-registration is strictly required.
This full-day ‘Actions for Housing Now’ event asks: How could the affordable housing system help advance solutions to the social issues you are working to change?
This limited, invitation-only event is sponsored by Tyee Solutions Society in cooperation with the Canadian Housing & Renewal Association, Carleton School of Public Policy, Carleton University Centre for Urban Research and Education (CURE), Carleton School of Journalism & Communication, The Alliance to End Homelessness Ottawa, Broadening the Base, and The Tyee.
A diverse group of 80+ creative minds will meet for a day to explore opportunities to achieve desired outcomes on a range of issues through safe, secure, affordable and social housing for vulnerable populations.
An opening panel exploring emerging shifts in affordable housing, as related to socio-economic issues facing our community will include:
For the full agenda click here.
Participants will meet other leaders, game changers and potential collaborators. They will contribute to a thematic table of their choice that will identify the role of affordable housing in key federal Ministry mandates, and the policy solutions needed to translate those mandates into outcomes.
For more information and to register please contact: Kristen Holinsky, Program Manager, CHRA email@example.com
*When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed
Tyee Solutions Society’s Housing Fix project supported by: