May
27

Social Housing

Affordable Housing Month

This event is hosted by Coalition of Housers (CoHo) and SV@Home as part of Affordable Housing Month 2021. 

The event will discuss best practices, provide case studies of social housing, and present ways to phase into social housing.

“A city no one except the wealthy can afford is not really a city — it is a gated enclave.” Social housing is any ownership or rental housing that may be owned and managed by the state, by non-profit organizations, or by a combination of the two, usually with the aim of providing affordable housing, protected from market pressures. The event will discuss best practices and provide case studies of social housing around the world, and will touch on how to phase in social housing into a community like San Jose.

Speakers for this event include:

  • Bill Armaline, San José State University Human Rights Institute
  • Ken Koh – Former resident and owner of social housing in Singapore
  • Regina Williams, Director of Housing Development, First Community Housing
  • Jacqueline Rivera, South Bay Community Land Trust

This event is organized by the Coalition of Housers (CoHo), Human Rights Institute, and South Bay Community Land Trust. This event if part of Affordable Housing Month put on in conjunction with SV@Home.

May 27, 6:00pm, Online Event RSVP
May 27
Affordable Housing Month

Social Housing

May 27, 6:00pm, at Online Event RSVP

This event is hosted by Coalition of Housers (CoHo) and SV@Home as part of Affordable Housing Month 2021. 

The event will discuss best practices, provide case studies of social housing, and present ways to phase into social housing.

“A city no one except the wealthy can afford is not really a city — it is a gated enclave.” Social housing is any ownership or rental housing that may be owned and managed by the state, by non-profit organizations, or by a combination of the two, usually with the aim of providing affordable housing, protected from market pressures. The event will discuss best practices and provide case studies of social housing around the world, and will touch on how to phase in social housing into a community like San Jose.

Speakers for this event include:

  • Bill Armaline, San José State University Human Rights Institute
  • Ken Koh – Former resident and owner of social housing in Singapore
  • Regina Williams, Director of Housing Development, First Community Housing
  • Jacqueline Rivera, South Bay Community Land Trust

This event is organized by the Coalition of Housers (CoHo), Human Rights Institute, and South Bay Community Land Trust. This event if part of Affordable Housing Month put on in conjunction with SV@Home.