September 11, 2014

About

Five themes will be running across each day:

  • Drivers and root causes of the housing crisis
  • Land: ownership, use and value
  • Alternative models
  • Building for the future
  • Resistance: models and tactics

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Thursday highlights

Three Acres and a Cow, A History Of Land Rights And Protest In Folk Song And Story

Friday highlights

Demand Energy Equality, Build your own solar panel practical workshop, sign up now for a discounted rate!

Theo Middleton, Radical Housing Network

James Meadway, New Economics Foundation

Paul Chatterton, A Low impact living revolution: retrofitting our cities to build an ecological affordable community housing movement

Advisory Service for Squatters (ASS) – the law + practical skillshare (TBC)

Collaborative Decision Making: An introduction. Making decisions without leaders in an empowering and effective way, with Seeds for Change

Grow Heathrow: building positive alternatives through resistance

Oxford, local struggles and campaigns

Saturday highlights

Danny Dorling & Beth Stratford, What’s driving the housing Crisis?

Faiza Shaheen, Save the Children (formerly of New Economics Foundation) – Linking inequality and the housing crisis

Dawn Foster, Inside Housing

Stephen Hill, An introduction to alternative models

A radical rethink; democratising land ownership in the UK

MIPIM UK: what’s wrong with housing development today?

UK Renters + Oxford Tenants Union, Building a movement for secure, affordable renting in the UK

Pete the Temp, spoken word performance

Sunday highlights

Architecture Sans Frontieres UK: Change by Design workshop

Alternative housing models

Radical Routes

UK Cohousing network

National Community Land Trust Network

Oxford Cohousing

Oxford Housing Crisis Summit

Action planning for MIPIM UK