We enthusiastically sing Dave Dobbyn’s de-facto national anthem, ‘Welcome Home’, but how can our homes be places of welcome when many are old, cold, damp, and overcrowded? Is home ownership still a realistic aspiration? Is it possible to reconstruct our society for more equitable housing outcomes? To what extent might the Christian tradition offer new ways of responding to these questions – both conceptually and practically?
Come along to hear how people’s faith motivates them to explore creative house-design, new patterns of living, and innovative policy as responses to New Zealand’s housing crisis.
- Charles Waldegrave – Family Centre Social Policy Research Unit
- Kate Day – Advocacy Enabler, Wellington Anglican Diocese
- Wayne Kirkland – Managing Trustee, Koinonia Community Housing Trust
- Danielle Webb – Catholic Worker Movement, Berrigan House.
|Date||Tuesday, 11 August 2020|
|Time||7:30pm - 9:00pm|
8 Kelburn Parade
|Contact Name||Dr Andrew Shepherd|