NLIHC Announces Building the Movement 2018 Housing Policy Forum

Join NLIHC, Affordable Housing Advocates, Policy Experts and leaders from Capitol Hill and the Administration in DC March 19-21

The NLIHC (National Low Income Housing Coalition) announces its 2018 Housing Policy Forum: Building the Movement which will take place March 19-21 in Washington D.C.

Join Monarch Housing Associates and other New Jersey organizations in DC Next March.

The Forum provides opportunities to engage with affordable housing advocates, thought-leaders, policy experts, researchers, housing providers, low income residents, and leaders from Capitol Hill and the administration about building the affordable housing movement in 2018 and beyond.

This year’s Policy Forum will explore the state of fair housing on the fiftieth anniversary of the Fair Housing Act; threats and opportunities for affordable housing in 2018 and beyond; the keys to resident-led organizing; successful state and local organizing; making housing an issue with the media; and effective story-telling for affordable housing.

The forum will also feature sessions on:

  • A national campaign to expand the affordable housing movement with non-traditional allies;
  • Non-partisan voter registration, engagement and mobilization prior to the 2018 elections;
  • Getting candidates for public office to address affordable housing in their campaigns;
  • Using dynamic research to change the story and influence policy solutions;
  • Housing the formerly incarcerated; and others.

The conference offers opportunities to engage with leaders and staff at HUD and in Congress on affordable housing challenges, solutions and priorities.

The 2018 Housing Leadership Award honorees, Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), Matt Desmond, and Lisa Hasegawa, will be recognized for their contributions to affordable housing at NLIHC’s annual Housing Leadership Reception on the evening of March 20.

The NLIHC 2017 Housing Policy Forum and Leadership Reception will take place at the Washington Court Hotel in Washington DC. Click here to register for the Forum.

A limited number of shared-lodging hotel scholarships will be awarded on a first-come-first-served basis to low income residents who are NLIHC members and who pay their own Forum registration fee (“self-pay participants”). Scholarships will be awarded to ensure a broad geographic distribution. To apply for a scholarship, send an email expressing interest.

2018 Housing Policy Forum: Building the Movement

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