ENHR housing seminars 12-26 February 2021

Online conference and series of online seminars to explore the housing-related impacts of the pandemic

12 February 14.00 – 16.00 CET Opening plenary meeting (two 1-hour long webinars)
Roundtable 1: discussion on the topic between ENHR housing experts
Peter Boelhouwer (Delft University of Technology and chair of ENHR: Possible effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on our housing markets)
Kim van Sparrentak (Member of the European Parliament: The importance of the EP resolution on decent and affordable housing for all)
Jose Miguel Calatayud (freelance journalist and Housing Project director at Arena for Journalism in Europe: A journalist’s perspective, looking at housing from the transnational point of view).
Moderator: Iván Tosics (Metropolitan Research Institute, Budapest, ENHR vice-chair)

Roundtable 2: discussion on the topic with housing experts from ENHR-related networks
Ed Goetz, US (Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota and chair of Urban Affairs Association (UAA) 2007-2009): The pandemic and housing precarity in the U.S.)
Shenjing He, Asia (Faculty of Architecture, University of Hong Kong and vice-chairman of APNHR: The community question in post-pandemic cities)
Raquel Rolnik, South America (UN Special Rapporteur on adequate housing 2008-2014 (TBC)
Q/A, debate
Moderator: Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway (University of Barcelona, ENHR vice-chair)

Send an e-mail to the ENHR Secretariat (enhr@tudelft.nl) to register for the above online opening plenary

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