The Rethinking Homes Network offers training based on cutting-edge research. Below is a list of our training in November 2022. Doing differently starts with thinking… Read More »November 2022 Training from the Rethinking Homes Network
In this article from Social Housing Matters, Dr Gaby Wolferink makes a case for landlords to stop referring to tenants as vulnerable. In the article,… Read More »Can we please stop calling tenants vulnerable!
In this article, Hannah Absalom reflects on a knowledge exchange visit to a Florentine innovation lab facilitated by Euniwell, the European University for Well-being. At… Read More »Social Innovation Labs – Well-being through Collaboration and Conflict
This article by Hannah Green describes her experiences as a homeless young person. At the Rethinking Homes Network, we think that social landlords would benefit… Read More »Homeless young people – understanding their experiences
Tenant participation has been scrutinised in the social housing white paper (Ministry of Housing Communities & Local Government 2020). Problems regarding landlords not listening to… Read More »Citizen Science – a way to reinvigorate tenant participation?￼
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF) undertake excellent research into poverty and social change. They also run a housing association. Here are a few links to… Read More »Poverty and Stigma Resources from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation