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Housing Conference 2020

Posted: Nov 19, 2020 / By: michaelmchale Categories:
Housing Conference 2020

Ireland shares many housing challenges with other developed economies, for example, providing the right housing in the right places, addressing affordability and ensuring that our housing stock contributes to sustainability - both sustainable communities and environmental sustainability.

Delivered in a virtual format, The Housing Agency's Housing Conference 2020 will explore these challenges in themed mid-morning sessions over the course of a week. Each session will provide expert input, followed by questions and discussion.

The final session will provide an opportunity for housing practitioners to network and learn about opportunities to further their professional skills and career development.

 

Participation in each webinar is free, but advance registration is required. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

To register for each webinar please click one of the links below:

Monday  30 November
11:30am-1pm

Key Challenges
The opening session will place Ireland's housing sector in a broader context, exploring the challenges and considering learning from other countries.

Register 
Tuesday 1 December
11:30am-1pm

Preventing Homelessness
This session will consider the steps we can take now to consolidate progress made on preventing homelessness

Register 
Wednesday 2 December 
11:30am-1pm

Housing Affordability
This session will explore different aspects of Ireland's housing affordability challenge

Register 
Thursday 3 December
11:30am-1pm

Sustainable Communities
This session will consider different aspects of building sustainable housing and communities

Register 
Friday 4 December
10:30am-12pm

Build Your Career in Housing
This session offers career advice and insights as well as information on professional development and educational opportunities

Register 

 

All times above are Irish Standard Time

Please note that these sessions may be recorded for future use.