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"Reluctant Neighbors: Dispute Resolution in Housing Development"
-- A One-Day Conference --
Friday, January 28, 2005
Alumni House, University of California, Berkeley

Noted author and housing expert Chester Hartman led a distinguished set of speakers at "Reluctant Neighbors: Dispute Resolution in Housing Development," a one-day conference held on Friday, January 28, 2005, at the Alumni House on the Berkeley campus.  Speakers and panels addressed overcoming neighborhood resistance and supportive housing in America's communities.

Chester Hartman delivered the Institute of Governmental Studies Third Victor Jones Memorial Lecture, entitled "Establishing a Right to Housing: The Regional Dimensions." Panels addressed such topics as "Placing Supportive Housing in Unwilling Communities" and "Regional Incentives for Overcoming Housing Barriers."

Watch Video of Chester Hartman's Keynote Address
Download Conference Program

Cosponsored by
Berkeley Program on Housing and Urban Policy
Institute of Governmental Studies
Institute of Urban and Regional Development
Goldman School of Public Policy

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