NLIHC’s Virtual Housing Policy Forum 2022: Achieving Housing Justice, taking place March 22-23, 2022, 12:30-5:30 pm ET on March 22 and 1-5:30 pm ET on March 23, will feature an in-depth session exploring the opportunities, challenges, and best practices associated with expanding the affordable housing movement to various sectors. Attendees will hear from leading national organizations from other sectors about why and how they are focusing on housing affordability, as well as from a state-based housing organization about why and how it is recruiting new voices from other sectors. Presenters will discuss their contributions to the campaign, key milestones they use to measure success, and ways to sustain multi-sector advocacy efforts in today’s evolving political environment.
The forum will also involve keynote speakers and feature panels like the following: Racial Equity and Housing Justice (featuring MacArthur “Genius” photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier); the HoUSed Campaign for Universal, Stable, Affordable Housing – Progress To-Date and the Road Ahead; Capitol Hill Insiders Panel; Ending Rental Arrears to Stop Evictions; Achieving Renter Protections; Best Practices in Organizing; and Discussions with Members of Congress and Senior Administration Officials.
Forum attendees will have an opportunity to network with other attendees, and NLIHC will offer a selection of interactive sessions with our staff experts. These sessions will include Our Homes, Our Votes 2022: Non-partisan Voter and Candidate Engagement; Disaster Housing Recovery; Effective Media/Social Media Strategies and Practices; and Anti-Racism, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion.
Register today for the March 22-23, 2022, Virtual Housing Policy Forum!