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08 Jan 2021
The loss of an address can be a crippling blow for those who need support. It’s time that was fixed.
18 May 2020
Patrick McIntosh FRSA
With Covid-19 highlighting the impact of overcrowded housing on people’s health, Patrick McIntosh FRSA asks whether we will finally build more decent affordable homes.
03 May 2020
Allan Shepherd FRSA
Allan Shepherd FRSA argues that post-Covid-19, community-led housing should play a bigger role in creating strong communities.
13 Apr 2020
Keith Clancy FRSA
Keith Clancy FRSA on why we can use our collective imagination to re-imagine a kinder future for our children and that includes a fairer and more sustainable housing policy.
19 Nov 2019
David Palmer FRSA
David Palmer FRSA lives just outside Abergavenny, and since 2012 he has been the Co-operative Housing Project Manager working across Wales to promote social, financial and digital inclusion through a range of projects.
04 Oct 2019
We asked young people in Manchester and across the country about their housing experiences. They need more modern options to reflect the reality of work – and stop forcing sacrifices to save.
09 Sep 2019
Paul Atherton has been homeless for over ten years and recently spoke at the RSA to garner interest in his London Citywide art project “Paul Atherton's Displaced” designed to dispel the myths of homelessness.
22 Aug 2019
Many people renting their homes from private landlords feel stuck between a rock and a hard place: Rebecca O’Connor FRSA asks whether institutional investors give trapped private renters a way out?
11 Jul 2019
On 27th June 2019, the second edition of Dialogue: Grow-Feed-Innovate, organized by the RSA Japan Fellows’ Network (RSA JFN), took place at the Balcony of Venture Cafe in Toranomon Hills.
20 Jun 2019
Paul Eastwood encourages us to be more humane, more caring, more ambitious, and more new century than old in our thinking and approaches to the housing model.
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