This project has looked to address one of the biggest issues in housing today - welfare reforms. The study has aimed to provide a more rounded and complete understanding of the
This project has looked to address one of the biggest issues in housing today – welfare reforms.
The study has aimed to provide a more rounded and complete understanding of the challenges facing housing associations are currently facing, highlighting likely future developments within the sector and identifying areas where further research is needed.
This event will commence with a presentation on the research and its findings from the project researchers Professor Paul Hickman, Dr Ben Pattison and Dr Jenny Preece, which will then be followed by workshops. The workshops aim to bring together policymakers, practitioners and academics from across the sector to unpack the implications of the research and to reflect further on the priorities for CaCHE in terms of researching the impact of welfare reforms.
Following the event, delegates are invited to attend an informal drinks reception.
(Wednesday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Sheffield Hallam University
201825jul(jul 25)12:00 pm26(jul 26)4:00 pmPhD Summer SchoolKnowledge Brokerage & Impact in Housing Research12:00 pm - 4:00 pm (26) University of Sheffield, Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences (ICOSS), 219 Portobello, Sheffield, S1 4DP
The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, in collaboration with the Housing Studies Association and White Rose Doctoral Training
The UK Collaborative Centre for Housing Evidence, in collaboration with the Housing Studies Association and White Rose Doctoral Training Partnership, are delighted to announce the first PhD Summer School. This will be an opportunity to talk about your research and get constructive feedback, and to better understand how to have an impact on housing policy and practice through your PhD research.
25 (Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 26 (Thursday) 4:00 pm