Calendar

2022

30 August – 2 September 2022 Barcelona (Spain)
ENHR Conference The struggle for the ‘Right to Housing’: The pressures of globalization and affordability in cities today
Plenaries

Housing under the empire of finance in the global cities
Putting rent under control: models, evidence and debate
Overcoming shortage: partnering to nurture affordable housing supply
New urban challenge: how tourism and gentrification are changing cities
Solving the green challenge: innovative design for sustainable housing.
New Housing Researchers Colloquium
On 30 August the New Housing Researchers Colloquium will take place.
Fieldtrips
Casa Milà, Fabra i Coats Cultural Center & Dwellings, 22@ + Ca L’Alier Innovation Centre, Co-Housing Interventions and APROP – Close Proximity Temporary Housing.
Find the conference website here.

11-15 September 2022 Innsbruck (Austria)
International Mountain Conference (IMC2022)
This conference offers two housing related sessions: Current dynamics and trends in housing in mountain areas (session 15) and Smart mountain villages (session 60).
Abstract deadline: 16 February.
More information here.

12-17 September 2022 Vienna (Austria)
International Summer School 2022 “New Social Housing“
An IBA Research Lab 2022 on social housing production, economic foundations of building and dwelling, in close cooperation with ENHR Working Group Social Housing and Globalization.
Here is the link to the website where you will find more information.
Deadline for applications: 15 April 2022.

22-23 September 2022 Bergamo (Italy)
16th European Research Conference on Homelessness
FEANTSA and the European Observatory on Homelessness announced its upcoming conference. The abstract and bio deadline is April 1, 2022. See the conference website for more information.

24 September – 22 October 2022 Vienna (Austria)
International Building Exhibition (IBA Vienna) New social housing
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8-10 December 2022 Grenoble (France)
Housing co-creation for tomorrow’s cities
RE-DWELL together with Pacte Social Sciences Research Centre of the University Grenoble Alpe will jointly organize this conference
The central theme is “Living in tomorrow’s cities” / “Habiter les villes de demain”. Themes are considering co-creation from a variety of interrelated perspectives: Transforming governance; Co-creation environments and processes; New housing solutions and renewed professional practices; Knowledge co-creation.
Send abstracts up to 500 words no later than 24 June 2022 to re-dwell2022.sciencesconf.org.

Recent ENHR events

20 January 2021
Webinar ‘Housing and new technologies: New methodologies and paradigms in housing research’
Organised by the new Working Group Housing and New Technologies.

20-21 January 2021 Cologne (Germany)
Workshop ‘Recent Trends in European Rental Market Regulation’
Hosted by Working Group ‘Housing Finance’ and ‘Private Rented Markets’ in cooperation with the German Economic Institute (IW – Institut der deutschen Wirtschaft).

28-29 January 2021
Online workshop to share ideas, findings and discuss insights pertaining to housing, migration and family dynamics
Working Group Housing, Migration and Family Dynamics.

12-26 February 2021
Housing related impacts of the pandemic
Nine online seminars, most of them organised and hosted by ENHR Working Groups.

27 May 2021
Online seminar Recent dynamics in homeownership and housing wealth 
Hosted by Working Group Homeownership and Globalisation.

30 August – 2 September 2021 Nicosia (Cyprus) – online
ENHR Annual conference ‘Unsettled settlements: Housing in unstable contexts’
For more information click here

11 March 2022
New researchers’ on-line seminar
First on-line seminar for for new researchers to present and discuss their work with pears and get feedback on their work from senior members of the ENHR research community.

15-16 June 2022 Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
Late Homeownership – ENHR Working Group Homeownership and Globalization workshop
The aim of this workshop is to bring together research that revolves around the idea of  transformation of homeownership associated with the financialization of mortgage and housing markets. 
Find more information here