Ateliers

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Jour 1 - Ateliers du matin | Mercredi le 3 avril 2019
Jour 1 - Ateliers de l'après-midi | Mercredi le 3 avril 2019
Day 2 - Ateliers du matin | Jeudi le 4 avril 2019
Day 2 - Ateliers de l'après-midi | Jeudi le 4 avril 2019

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RENT: Regional Education, Networking & Tradeshow
This year, the BC Non-Profit Housing Association (BCNPHA) has partnered with CHRA to deliver RENT education sessions at Congress. Join RENT on April 3rd for a broad range of interactive educational sessions, where you can learn about using your strengths to help inspire and lead others; work through issues and challenges to help improve your tenant relations; hear about new national and provincial homelessness funding opportunities, and explore how to engage local elected officials to be part of the solution to our housing crisis.

 

Jour 1

Mercredi le 3 avril 2019
11 h  à 12 h 30 

 

Quatre ateliers simultanés

Partnerships that work: Indigenous communities, industry and affordable housing providers
Partnerships between Indigenous communities, governments, industry and non-profit organizations can be successful. This session will present examples from housing projects to community events, and demonstrate how these partnerships are mutually beneficial within the changing communities in which we live, work and play. Guidance and ideas will be offered for others wanting to start similar partnerships and to bridge gaps in their communities.


RENT

Leadership at Every Level
Inspired Leadership - Leaders are individuals who actively choose to make a positive contribution to the world they inhabit, which requires a commitment to self-awareness and conscious attention to how they show up in the world. In this course, brought to you in partnership with BC Housing and the Justice Institute of BC, you’ll reflect on the values and beliefs that support your leadership style and engage in activities that encourage you to honestly explore your own strengths and challenges in the context of solid leadership competencies. This course is applicable to anyone, whether it be in a leadership, operations, or asset management role. Limited to 30 participants.

Engaging Your Municipality (RENT): Want to learn how you can work together to better engage municipal elected officials and their staff on the issues of housing affordability and homelessness? With the federal and provincial governments having stepped up in a meaningful way to provide for safe, stable and affordable housing across the country, now is the time to engage and assist our local governments in understanding their role in retaining existing affordable units and supporting the creation of new and redeveloped non-profit housing in their communities. Through education, awareness and advocacy, and knowing what tools municipalities have in their tool box, let’s talk about how we can engage our local elected officials in being a part of the solution to our housing crisis.


Mercredi le 3 avril
14 h à 15 h 30

 

Quatre ateliers simultanés

Community Housing for Resilient Communities
This session features 10 speakers from the community housing sectors of British Columbia and Quebec. They will share their inspiring stories about how they are incrementally acting to increase local control of urban land development to ensure our communities remain inclusive, diverse and resilient through development of housing as community-owned assets. The audience will not only hear 10 stories from BC and Quebec, but one collective inspiring narrative of community organizing and housing innovation in Canada. This session will be presented in English and French. Translation devices are recommended.


RENT

Utilizing new national and provincial homelessness funding opportunities (RENT)
New funding from federal and provincial governments seeks to maximize impacts in the housing and homelessness-serving systems through the Introduction of Coordinated Access, enhanced coordination and greater supply of new housing with supports. In this engaging session, participants will receive an overview of all new 2017-2018 provincial and federal new funding programs, as well as hear examples about how communities on Vancouver Island are utilizing new opportunities.


Working Through Tenancy Issues 
Do you have recurring issues that come up with tenants? Trying to weigh up concerns about housing tenants inclusively while maintaining housing standards and preserving the quiet enjoyment of other tenants? Join us and bring your own examples. Use this opportunity to work through issues and challenges, including legal framework, communication and other considerations. This session is café style so come prepared to problem solve!

Jour 2

Jeudi le 4 avril 2019
11 h à 12 h 30 

 

Cinq ateliers simultanés

Des informations plus détaillées sur les ateliers, notamment les titres, les descriptions et les présentateurs, seront affichés au fur et à mesure de leur confirmation.


Jeudi le 4 avril 2019
14 h à 15 h 30

 

Quatre ateliers simultanés

Des informations plus détaillées sur les ateliers, notamment les titres, les descriptions et les présentateurs, seront affichés au fur et à mesure de leur confirmation.

 

Merci à nos commanditaires

     
 

 

Nous sommes reconnaissants aux nations Songhees et Esquimalt, sur le territoire desquelles se tiendra le Congrès 2019 de l’Association canadienne d'habitation et de rénovation urbaine.

Le gouvernement du Canada a fourni un appui à la traduction pour le Congrès 2019.


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