NLIHC’s 2020 Housing Policy Forum
Ending Homelessness and Housing Poverty taking place in Washington, DC, March 25-27, 2020, will feature a bipartisan panel of senior Congressional staff who will address the new state of play on Capitol Hill after the mid-term elections, particularly as it relates to the threats and opportunities related to affordable housing and homelessness funding, housing finance reform, and more.
The 2020 Policy Forum will provide a wide array of opportunities to engage with affordable housing advocates, thought-leaders, policy experts, researchers, housing providers, low income residents, and elected leaders on seizing this unique moment in America to advance policy solutions to homelessness and housing poverty. As awareness about the affordable housing crisis in America grows, federal policymakers on both sides of the aisle are responding with bold proposals. Homelessness and affordable housing advocates must mobilize to lead the way.