15-17 April 2024, Sheffield (United Kingdom) and 15-26 April 2024, online
Annual conference – Healthy Homes, Healthy Lives: Exploring the Intersections of Health and Housing
HSA (Housing Studies Associations) offers face-to-face sessions in Sheffield between 15th and 17th April, and online sessions between 22nd and 26th April 2024.
This conference will provide a forum for researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to explore the complex connections between housing and health, share innovative approaches to promoting healthy housing, and develop strategies for addressing housing-related health inequities. The conference will further explore broader housing and place research, theoretical developments and policy developments.
More information, a registration option, and paper submittance instructions you can find here.
HSA and ENHR are partners since 2013.

16 April 2024, Lisbon (Portugal)
Seminar: Housing Europe Manifesto and Mediterranean Reality . paths and future
The City Council of Lisbon, Gebalis, EM, a APHM, Housing Europe, AVS and FEDERCASA invites you to the Seminar “Housing Europe Manifesto and Mediterranean Reality . paths and future” at the Palácio Galveias, Campo Pequeno
The Seminar will have two parts. In the morning, the Housing Europe Manifesto will be presented and social housing projects from several countries will be presented: Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece, Slovenia, Albania, Croatia and Malta.
In the afternoon there will be a visit to Bairro Padre Cruz, where buildings under construction and already completed ones will be visited, as well as a visit to the neighbourhood. There will be a bus that will take participants to and from Palácio Galveias.
Free but mandatory registrations

22-23 April 2024, Tirana (Albania)
International conference on urban sustainability and resilience
This conference is part of the Tirana Planning Week hosted by the Faculty of Planning, Environment and Urban Management (FPMMU) at POLIS University (22-26 April). 
Important dates:
Abstract Submission Deadline: 22 January Send abstracts to the Tirana Planning Week mailbox.
Notification of Acceptance: 31 January
Deadline submission full paper: 20 March
Ask for more information here.

24-27 April 2024, New York (USA)
Cities on the Edge: Promoting equity and resiliency through research, activism, planning, and policy
Annual Urban Affairs Association conference, this year in collaboration with ENHR and the European Urban Research Organisation (EURA).
UAA welcomes paper/poster abstracts and session proposals on urban studies-related research topics from all disciplines.
Key deadlines:
1 October 2023: Abstract/Proposal Submission deadline (no late submissions are accepted). Submit here
6 December 2023: Registration deadline for all accepted presenters and moderators (again no deadline extention expected).
Find the link to the conference here.

23-24 May 2024, Glasgow (United Kingdom)
Workshop ‘A View from Housing – Contributions of Housing Research to Social and Behavioural Theory’
This workshop at the University of Glasgow, by Critical Housing Analysis and the ENHR Working Group on Comparative Housing Policy, aims is to examine how insights from housing can provide new perspectives to theoretical questions that are broader in scope than just housing.
We welcome contributions based on findings of theory-relevant empirical research or on theoretical work on housing issues. Contributions are welcome from any field of housing research: economics, political science, psychology, geography, urban planning, philosophy etc, as well as from interdisciplinary researchers who do not identify with any of these fields.
Submit abstracts to Hannu Ruonavaara by 28 March. Decisions on abstract acceptance will be made by 5 April.
Organisers: Martin Lux (Critical Housing Analysis), Hannu Ruonavaara (Guest Editor, Critical Housing Analysis), Mark Stephens (ENHR WG on Comparative Housing Policy).

18-19 June 2024, Brussels (Belgium)
The Financialization of Social Housing Workshop 
In this workshop the organisers aim to explore the emerging financialization forms of social housing. They will delve into the tensions between social housing as a common/public/social good and its status as a financial asset. Furthermore, they will examine the changing role of the state in adopting a financialized approach to delivering social housing.
Papers are welcomed that will address the following themes:
● How do different social and financial values and rationalities coexist and clash within existing and new financialized social housing arrangements?
● What are the different forms that financialized social housing is taking, across and within countries and welfare regimes
● Is a financialized approach to social housing delivery beneficial in terms of increasing the supply of social housing?
● What implications does a financialized approach to social housing have for the traditional understanding of public housing, the role and responsibility of the state in delivering social housing, and the overall tenant experience and well-being?
Abstract deadline: 19 February 2024. Send a 150-300 word abstract to the organizers of the workshop: Manuel B. Aalbers, Rory Hearne and Lidia Manzo and include a short bio (80-125 words of all authors.
Abstract acceptance date: end of February 2024.
The workshop is free of charge.
The organisers plan to submit a special issue proposal, most likely to one of the interdisciplinary housing journals in the field.

7-12 July 2024, Delft (The Netherlands)
Summer School – Sustainable Housing Transformation from a European Perspective
This Summer School is organised as in-depth lectures covering a variety of perspectives on sustainable housing transformation, workshops, site visit (a to be renovated housing complex in Schiedam) and a tender game for the renovation of a housing complex
We invite Bachelor students in their final year, Master students, PhDs and professionals with background knowledge and research interests on sustainable housing and the built environment. The Summer School aims to attract international participants in the field of sustainable housing and the built environment.
Your application should include a convincing motivation letter, a short CV (max. 2 pages) and a summary of research interests (max. 1 page). Please submit your application by 26 April 2024 to the Department of Management in the Built Environment of the TU Delft faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.
More information cane be found here.

26-30 August 2024, Delft (The Netherlands) 
ENHR Annual conference: Making Housing Systems work: Evidence and Solutions
5-day conference including the New Housing Researchers Conference on 26 August and plenaries, workshops and fieldtrips.
Many European countries are facing greater demand for housing than predicted a few years ago and living in the existing stock is becoming increasingly expensive, partly due to poor insulation and high energy prices. Housing is hardly affordable anymore for young, low- and middle-income groups, especially in larger cities. Marginalization, segregation and affordability are therefore back on the political agenda. 
More information and registration options you find on the conference website.

26-28 November 2024, Paris (France)
ESPI International Real Estate Conference
ESPI2R (the École supérieure des professions immobilières real estate research division) welcomes papers and thematic sessions proposals on socio-territorial dynamics, market trends, housing and in-depth aspects of real estate investments and on how technology and environmental changes are reshaping real estate, including the management and use of property.
Send thematic sessions proposals to the conference mailbox.
We welcome abstracts up to 300 words. All full papers will be published in a special issue of a real estate journal.
Important dates:
• Thematic sessions deadline: 15 February 2024
• Notification of acceptance of thematic sessions: 15 April 2024
• Abstract submission deadline: 15 April 2024
• Notification of acceptance: 5 May 2024
• Deadline for full papers submission for the special issue: 15 June 2024
• Nominated presenters of thematic sessions registration: 15 September 2024
• Deadline for registration at the conference: 15 October 2024
All submission of abstracts and full papers through the conference’s site.
For further information contact the program committee

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
‘Unsettled settlements: Housing in unstable contexts’
Annual ENHR conference

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. 

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

9-10 March 2023
2nd New Researchers online seminar
Invited to participate were PhD students as well as others that currently are not yet at this stage but have the intention to embark on PhD studies in the future. There was no requirement to submit a full paper. 

16 March 2023
Webinar Southern European housing policies in the 2020s: the farewell to residualisation?
Organised by the Working Group Southern European Housing.
Discussion and review of the state of the art of current housing policies (and their respective narratives – political, media, citizens etc.) in Southern European countries and/or regions and/or cities, problematizing them in the context of the above- mentioned changes. 

28-30 June 2023, Lodz (Poland)
ENHR annual conference themed ‘Urban regeneration: shines and shadows’
Annual ENHR conference. 

11-12 March 2024 (online)
3rd New Housing Researchers online seminar
Present your PhD research and ask a peer audience and senior ENHR chair for input and advice on 11 March (afternoon sessions) and 12 March (morning sessions).