Third workshop programme

Home Not Housing: Engaging with Well-Being Outcomes

Thursday 23rd October 2014
Collins Building, 22 Richmond Street, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, G1 1XQ Map
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09:30 Welcome and Tea/Coffee
10:00 What have we found out so far about Home and Well-being?
10:20 What are the gaps and ‘what stands out’ – what is needed?
10:40 How do we use information to understand what’s going on?
An example of international practice
Justin Gleeson – AIRO, Maynooth University, Republic of Ireland
11.25 New insights?
How might we set about capturing the potential impact of our understanding of Home and Well-being?
11:45 Tea / Coffee
11:45 Explaining the National Performance Framework.
Beverley Searle, University of Dundee,
12:00 What do we need to do to put a policy emphasis on Home and Well-being into the Scottish Government’s approach?
13:00 Lunch
13:45 How can we inform practice for Home and Well-being?
14:15 Reflections on the Challenges – plenary discussion.
James Mitchell, University of Edinburgh
Paul Bradley, Commission on Housing and Wellbeing
Greg Lloyd, Former Independent Commissioner on the
Independent Commission on the Future for Housing in Northern Ireland
15:00 Tea /Coffee
15:15 Developing a Manifesto for “Home and Well-being”
16:00 Circulation and Group Feedback on the Ideas
16:15 Closing remarks / indicative next steps

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