Oak Foundation and Heriot-Watt University Paid Internship Opportunity

16 September 2019
The Oak Foundation and I-SPHERE (Heriot-Watt University) are now recruiting for their next social justice research intern.

Querying the Legitimacy of a Housing Takeover and Property Rights in the Philippines

6 September 2019
Research on Occupy Bulacan – a housing takeover movement in the Philippines by Hazel Dizon

The Professionalisation of Short-Term Letting in London

23 August 2019
Tom Simcock discusses the rise of Airbnb in London

Reflecting on the Social Policy Association Conference 2019

16 August 2019
Katie Colliver describes her experience of attending the Social Policy Association 2019 conference

The Social Responsibilities of Landlords – HSA Symposium

26 July 2019
Emma Bimpson discusses a CaCHE event that she co-organised with Jenny Preece

Home ownership and the power of the collective

24 June 2019
Abi Woodward explains the use of informal economic activities which enable home ownership among Pakistani Muslims in Sheffield.

The “undeserving poor”: Do multiply excluded homeless people experience poorer service interactions?

14 June 2019
Edith England develops the concept of 'multiple exclusion homelessness'

Squaring the Circle

15 May 2019
Jules Birch writes about the 2019 HSA conference

From Macro to Micro: Estates to Esteem

7 May 2019
Yoric Irving-Clarke discusses the macro and the micro themes at the 2019 HSA conference

Control, Security & Praxis: Rethinking Home

2 May 2019
Craig Gurney considers how the 2019 HSA conference shed new light on the concept of home

The (dis)empowering potential of Health Smart Homes

2 April 2019
Rachel Creaney discusses her PhD research on Health Smart Homes

Building on What We Know: Fault Lines for Housing Research?

19 March 2019
Alan Murie takes a historical look at housing tenure and questions the relevance of tenure for the future of housing studies

Pitching solutions rather than tents

12 February 2019
Melissa Espinoza presents a case study of social control and homelessness in Seattle, USA

The role of housing in tackling domestic abuse

28 January 2019
Dora Welker discusses Sanctuary Schemes for domestic violence victims

Housing rights, homelessness prevention and a paradox of bureaucracy?

14 January 2019
Hannah Browne Gott discusses her Valerie Karn prize-winning paper on rights-based approaches to homelessness and bureaucracy.

Doing Housing Research: Methods and Reality – 30th November

19 December 2018
Jenny Galbraith and Emma Harrison reflect on their HSA-funded event on research methods and challenges within housing studies

Rethinking social housing: how evidence should drive practice

23 October 2018
Yoric Irving-Clarke outlines key findings from the CIH's 'Rethinking Social Housing' research

The UK Immigration Act and the Right to Rent: Landlord Survey

11 September 2018

In this blog, Sharon Leahy and Trudi Tokarczyk (University of St Andrews) and Kim McKee (University of Stirling) outline their research about the ‘Right to Rent’ and ask for input from landlords.

Housing Studies: A Practitioner’s Guide

31 July 2018

In this blog, Emma Lindley (Housing Strategy Lead at Ashfield District Council) calls for a greater connection between housing academics and practitioners.

Housing 2018 - Event Summary

11 July 2018

Dr Yoric Irving-Clarke (Policy and Practice Research Officer, Chartered Institute of Housing) discusses the key events and messages of Housing 2018 held on 25-27 June. 

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