Cross sectoral leadership at National Housing Conference
13 Nov 2017
Real reform requires cross sectoral leadership and at #NHCSydney we are pleased to have political and public sector leaders, senior not-for-profit voices, private sector experts and the foremost academics in housing, homelessness and urban research.
- Hon Michael Sukkar MP, Federal Assistant Minister to the Treasurer – Australian Housing Policy – the latest from the Federal Government
- Hon Angus Taylor, Federal Assistant Minister for Cities and Digital Transformation – What’s the (City) Deal with affordable housing?
- Hon Pru Goward MP, NSW Minister for Social Housing – The safe house: the role of housing in domestic and family violence
- Lord Mayor Clover Moore, City of Sydney – What’s the (City) Deal with affordable housing?
Community Housing CEOs
- Michael Lennon, Housing Choices Australia & CHIA – Australia vs England: tenant choice
- Nicola Lemon, Hume Community Housing and Powerhousing Australia – Sunrise session: Innovative financing for affordable housing
- Scott Langford, SGCH – Build to rent
- Haleh Homaei, Port Phillip Housing – Ready for growth: Building Australia’s affordable housing industry
- James Toomey, Mission Australia – Causes, preventions and solutions: housing for mental wellbeing
- Adrian Pisarski, National Shelter – Homelessness in 2017: is early intervention and prevention working?
- Jenny Smith, Homelessness Australia – Homelessness in 2017: is early intervention and prevention working?
- Dr Heather Nancarrow, ANROWS – The safe house: the role of housing in domestic and family violence
Private sector experts
- Alexandra West, Cbus – Flying the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation
- Ken Morrison, Property Council – Build to rent
- James Waddell, NAB – As if social housing were infrastructure…
- Adam Hirst, Mirvac – Build to rent
- Evan Siddall, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation – Designing a National Housing Strategy for Canada: Lessons Learned
- Gail Gilman, Community Housing Partnerships (US) – Homelessness in 2017: Is early intervention and prevention working?
- Piers Williamson, The Housing Finance Corporation (UK) – Flying the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation
- Oona Goldsworthy, United Communities (UK) – England vs Australia: tenant choice
- Prof Hal Pawson, UNSW – Ready for growth: Building Australia’s affordable housing industry
- Prof Chris Paris, Ulster University (UK) – Locally made: Affordable housing and local government
- Prof Julie Lawson, RMIT – As if social housing were infrastructure…
- Prof Kath Hulse, Swinburne – Reimagining the private rental sector
With more than 150 speakers participating in 35 sessions over three days, NHC Sydney is the national conversation we need to motivate real reform in the affordable and social housing sector.
We look forward to seeing you in Sydney this month for Australasia’s largest affordable and social housing industry conference.
The full conference program is available at nhc.edu.au.