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Government and Housing in a Time of Crisis: Policy, Planning, Design and Delivery

 

INFORMATION FOR PROFESSIONALS / NON-ACADEMICS

Key Dates:

01st – 10th August 2016: Abstract Deadline – for speakers  (abstracts accepted anytime before this period)

15th August 2016:  Registration Closes – for speakers (Audience registration open until conference)

08-09 September 2016: CONFERENCE

Accreditation:

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If you are interested in CPD accreditation, please contact: conference@architecturemps.com

Formats:  

The conference welcomes case studies; design proposals, research projects, investigative papers and theoretical considerations in various formats:

Conference Presentations (20 minutes)

Alternative Proposals  Films; photo essays, workshops.

Virtual presentations (via Skype, etc.) are welcome.

Abstract Submissions:

Presenters/Speakers should submit a 300 word abstract form explaining the theme of their talk using this form: Government-and-Housing_Abstract-Form

Fees:

1. Presenter/Speaker Fee – £175. Private / Public Sector Professionals.

2. Partner Speaker Fee – £140.  * .

3. Audience Fee – £50. Private / Public Sector Professionals.

4. Waived Fee – No Charge: Undergraduate Students; Local Authority Representatives; Unwaged; Community or Resident Representatives.

 * As partners of the event members of the National Housing Federation and Northern Housing Consortium

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Registration:

1. Presenters/Speakers: Register here.

2. Partner Speakers: Register here 

 

3. Audience: Register here.

4. Waived Fee: Contact: confernce@architecturemps.com 

Publications:

If you are planning on submitting a full written paper for publication, refer to Information for ACADEMICS.

                                                                       

This event is organised by the interdisciplinary research organisation AMPS (Architecture, Media, Politics, Society); its academic journal Architecture_MPS; Liverpool John Moores University and Liverpool City Council.  It forms part of the AMPS program of events, Housing – Critical Futures.

For more details. Visit: http://architecturemps.com/housing-critical-futures/

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