Adequate & affordable housing for all: Research, policy, practice

In June 2004 about three hundred housing researchers from forty countries gathered in Toronto for a four-day conference on the theme of adequate and affordable housing for all. The Centre for Urban and Community Studies, University of Toronto, together with faculty and graduate students from Torontoarea universities and staff from local government housing agencies, hosted the conference under the auspices of the International Sociological Association’s Research Committee on Housing and the Built Environment. In 2004 the Centre for Urban and Community Studies celebrates its 40th year as the University of Toronto’s home for inter-departmental and multidisciplinary research on urban affairs, housing, and community development. The decision to host the conference is part of the Centre’s long tradition of contributing to scholarship and its dissemination.

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