Co-hosted by Cardiff University, Welsh Government and Shelter Cymru
Friday 8th November 2013 - 9:30am
Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University
From Evidence to Action
The housing research conference for Wales
Co-hosted by Cardiff University and Shelter Cymru
8 November 2013, Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University
Policy makers, practitioners and advocacy organisations rely on sound, credible research to inform and push for changes. As the first ever Welsh Housing Bill enters scrutiny stage this autumn, Cardiff University and Shelter Cymru are co-hosting a conference that will be a platform for current housing research, policy and practice and provide inspiration for further development in this important field.
Plenary speakers confirmed so far:
Professor Isobel Anderson, University of Stirling
Sandy Mewies AM, Chair of the National Assembly Cross Party Housing Group
Tamsin Stirling, Independent Housing Consultant
Professor David Mullins, University of Birmingham
Robert Joyce, Institute for Fiscal Studies
Dr Jacqueline Campbell, Shelter Cymru
Sarah Hillcoat-Nalletamby, Swansea University
James Ogg, DSPR France
Catherine Boswell, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Paul Ciniglio, Sustainability Strategist Manager, First Wessex
Simon Inkson, Independent Consultant
Helen Taylor, Cardiff University
Dr Simon Hoffman, Swansea University
Horiatu-Cristian Cojanm, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Dr Pauline Card, Cardiff University
Dr Bob Smith, Cardiff University
Victoria Hiscocks, Cardiff Metropolitan University
The deadline for submitting research posters has been extended to 11 October.
Please contact Dr Peter Mackie for information on submitting posters (MackieP@cardiff.ac.uk). Decisions will be made promptly.
Further details, including the provisional conference programme, are available at www.sheltercymru.org.uk. £75.
Do you wish to attend?
This conference will be useful to local authority housing professionals, representatives from housing associations and third sector organisations, political researchers, academics and students in housing and related fields.