Affordable Housing Challenge Project is an initiative of the University of Toronto School of Cities. The AHCP collective brings together scholars from across the University of Toronto, who are researching issues related to housing affordability from different disciplinary perspectives, with the objective of working together to research, discuss and debate the causes, processes, policies and consequences of declining housing affordability.
Tuesday, December 6, 2022, 7:00-8:30pm
Leslie L. Dan Pharmacy Building, University of Toronto
144 College Street, Room 250 (map)
Join the AHCP for the launch of our new report on solutions to Toronto’s housing crisis: “Advancing the right to housing in Toronto: Critical perspectives on the GTA’s housing crisis and how to solve it.” Featuring contributions from more than 30 housing scholars, practitioners, and activists from across the city.
With a panel discussion featuring contributors to the report:
- Nemoy Lewis – Assistant Professor, School of Urban and Regional Planning, Toronto Metropolitan University
- Julie Mah – Assistant Professor, Dept. of Human Geography, University of Toronto (Scarborough)
- Keisha St. Louis McBurnie – Planner, Urban Strategies
- Chiyi Tam – Planner/Development Manager, Kensington Market Community Land Trust
- Moderated by Emily Hawes, Report Editor
- Opening remarks by Dr. Susannah Bunce and Dr. Alan Walks, AHCP Project Directors
- Closing remarks by Dr. Karen Chapple, Director, School of Cities
Please note this is not a hybrid event but a recording of the panel discussion will be made available online afterwards on the AHCP website.
Copies of the report will be available at the event.
Refreshments will be provided.
Please register in advance via Eventbrite here.
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