Past events

17/09/2014
The Annual Conference and Social Housing Exhibition 2014 is a platform for some of the most exciting discussions and debates that are impacting and shaping the sector. HACT is pleased to be participating in this year's exhibition.
16/07/2014
This free masterclass will explore how housing associations can reform dementia care through creating new partnerships with NHS Trusts.
11/07/2014
Our new report 'Strategic Approaches to Employment: responding to change in the social housing sector', analyses housing provider responses to worklessness and welfare reform.
09/07/2014
A National Housing Federation conference that examines our future with health, care, local government and the wider voluntary sector.
01/07/2014
The half-day session provides an interactive way to understand and interpret the information provided in the publication "Measuring the Social Impact of your Community Investment; a guide to using the Wellbeing Valuation approach"
Jun
24

Conference

HouseParty

24/06/2014
HouseParty will be a pop-up and entirely unofficial fringe event to the CIH 2014 Housing Conference and Exhibition in Manchester from 24-25 June. It will be a fun-filled, disruptive, participant-led, semi-curated festival and un-conference.
16/05/2014
A half-day learning event to address the potential roles Housing Associations could play in Community-Led Housing.
02/05/2014
The half-day session provides an interactive way to understand and interpret the information provided in the publication "Measuring the Social Impact of your Community Investment; a guide to using the Wellbeing Valuation approach"
Apr
30

Learning series

Digital Inclusion - Part Two

30/04/2014
The HACT Digital Inclusion series is a two-part programme, centred on active involvement with case studies, developed exclusively to help housing providers get on top of their digital inclusion strategies - from development to implementation.
28/04/2014
The third event in a set of three masterclasses that range from supporting, engaging and creating an enterprising culture within your own organisation.

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