Equalities of Wellbeing Website now live

Our project website is now live at www.equalitiesofwellbeing.co.uk. Check it out, and ‘Follow by Email’ to receive updates about the project.

New on the website:

  • The first two entries of architect Rae Whittow-Williams’ Housing Design Diary, responding to current issues in housing design and equality
  • Details of our upcoming Equalities of Wellbeing & Housing workshop at University College London, 29 April 2014
  • Find out more about the project team and our current research.

 

Knowledge Exchange Lecture at Goldsmiths, University of London.

Tiff Thomas is giving a talk at Goldsmiths to a small collective named ‘Common;sense’

The talk is entitled “BARTLEBY; AN INDETERMINABLE PROBLEMATIC FOR SPINOZA AND THE ATTORNEY” and creates an encounter between Herman Melville’s protagonist ‘Bartleby’–the radically indeterminate–and the fully determined universe of Spinoza.It is a public talk and details can be found here: http://common-sense.co.uk/2014/03/22/next-knowledge-exchange-lecture-christopher-thomas/

Event: Equalities of Wellbeing & Housing Workshop

Details of the project’s first public event:
Equalities of Wellbeing & Housing Workshop
Tuesday 29th April
10.00-4.00pm UCL
A one-day seminar that examines current issues of UK housing through panels on: space and housing standards, equality and affordability, and design and wellbeing.  
Speakers include:  Alex Ely (Mae Architects); Phil Hamilton (Peter Barber Architects); Brian Quinn (CABE); Maddy Powers (Equality Trust); Andrea Phillips (Goldsmiths); David Roberts (UCL). 
 
For more information contact: Peg Rawes: m.rawes@ucl.ac.uk
Booking is free, but places must be reserved.