Dates for the second Housing Forum Europe & Central Asia announced

Four partnering organizations are planning to hold the second Housing Forum Europe & Central Asia in April 2013. This event will continue the discussions on the need for sustainable housing in the region and will attempt to identify priorities for improving housing conditions and changing housing policies. This will a second joint forum organized by partnering institutions: Habitat for Humanity Europe and Central Asia, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, United Nations Development Programme, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

The objectives of the forum would be to identify, debate and document the key challenges for housing as a sector in Europe and Central Asia, to provide an opportunity to learn about innovative and cutting-edge practices to addressing housing challenges, to identify practical and sustainable solutions for complex housing issues, to inform political debate on housing issues.

The first Housing Forum Europe & Central Asia took place in April 2011. It brought together leading housing organizations from the region, key NGO actors, private corporations, governments, researchers and policymakers to explore a common vision for affordable and sustainable housing in the region.

We strongly encourage stakeholders dealing with issues pertaining to the promotion of sustainable housing in Europe and Central Asia to participate in this event. Visit the site and stay informed with the latest updates.

If you would like to contribute to the forum or receive more information, please contact the organizing partners at


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