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  • Housing magazine July 2011 Subscription

    11/07/2011Policy and practice

    Housing magazine July 2011 Highlights from the CIH Annual Conference Highlights from the CIH annual congerence Resolving Ireland's unfinished housing developments Resident scrutiny delivers results for East Durham Meet the 'Rising Stars' of housing

  • The true legacy of the Paralympics


    At the same time, a follow up report, Out in the Open , by the Equality and Human Right Commission suggests that disability hate crime in the UK has risen by 24% since 2010.  The report is cautiously optimistic in terms of partial progress around

  • Tackling disability-related harassment


    Promotion of services and support for survivors of hate crime is well developed. Survivors of incidents have been supported to sustain their tenancy and remain living safely in their homes, for example, through the use of a sanctuary scheme, and

  • How to develop disability confidence in your organisation


    How to develop disability confidence in your organisation Disabled people are often resiliant, talented and creative. Find out how our Positive Action for Disability (PAfD) services can help you see disability differently and develop confidence in

  • Habinteg and CIH name the first winner of the Nicky Chapman Award


    But we also wanted to go a step further and create a specific award in Nicky’s name – she fought so hard and achieved so much. We’re delighted by Debbie’s achievement and the difference it has made to her career. We’re proud to be

  • Changing the way we think about disability


    The Paralympics will undoubtedly challenges negative attitudes and stereotypes towards disability, but it coincides with a time of austerity when many people living with disabilities feel under increasing pressure. A truly transformative approach

  • A winning scheme for the sector


    In difficult times it is even more important that disabled people get the opportunity and support to show they can excel and that housing organisations can benefit from employing them. If you’d like to read more about the scheme visit our website