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Beverley Searle and David McCollum (CHR) have had their paper ‘Property based welfare and the search for generational equality’ accepted for publication in the International Journal of Housing Policy.

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On behalf of CHR, Professor Joe Doherty attended the Ninth European Observatory on Homelessness conference (“Homelessness in time of crisis”) held at the University of Warsaw (September 2014).

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Dr Kim McKee, lecturer in the Department of Geography & Sustainable Development was invited to write a guest blog for Shelter Scotland on our national obsession with house prices.

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A special journal issue of Housing Theory and Society edited by Dr Kim McKee has been published: “The Big Society, Localism and Housing Policy: recasting state-citizen relations in an age of austerity”. The special issue brings together papers presented at a recent ESRC funded seminar led by Kim...

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A CHR report 'Gaps in the housing safety net' commissioned by Shelter has been published. The report identifies the risk factors and main groups at risk from gaps in the 'housing safety net' in light of changes in the UK housing market and recent welfare reform.

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Recently, CHR PhD student, Ciaran McDonald, co-convened a session and presented his recent findings at the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) annual conference in London.

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It's a report from the British Academy research project I completed during my time at CHR.

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An interview with David McCollum (CHR) is due to be shown on BBC1 Scotland, 11:30am on Sunday 31st August on the Sunday Politics program.

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The Centre for Housing Research is seeking to appoint a Qualitative Research Assistant (fixed-term 18 months) to work on projects on housing and home. The closing date for this post is the 30th September, with interviews to be held on 7th November.

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Drs Kim McKee and Tom Moore have published a second briefing paper from their recent ESRC funded seminar series: The Big Society, Localism and Housing Policy. It explores the possibilities, opportunities and challenges localism offers to community-based and non-profit housing in the UK.

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