Blog: 2021

In conversation with David Lammy... how to be an anti-racist organisation?

by Thames Menteth-Wheelwright, Marketing Lead - on 26/05/2021

On Tuesday 25 May 2021 we were joined by David Lammy MP for a webinar to discuss how to be an anti-racist organisation, and what that means for the housing sector.

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Launch Pad relaunches with Vericon Systems

by Michael McLaughlin, Digital Lead - on 25/05/2021

Launch Pad showcases some of the most progressive thinking, products and services with potential to transform the UK housing sector. And we’re delighted to say, it’s back.

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Community Insight and youth unemployment

by Thames Menteth-Wheelwright, Marketing Lead - on 19/03/2021

A conversation with Sally Ross, Community Engagement Lead Officer at Magenta Living, on how her team have been using Community Insight to tackle youth unemployment.

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International Women’s Day 2021: Choose to Challenge

by Thames Menteth-Wheelwright, Communications Officer - on 08/03/2021

Perhaps more so than any year before, this international women’s day feels particularly poignant, especially for the UK social housing sector.

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Measuring resilience

by Thames Menteth-Wheelwright, Communications Officer - on 15/02/2021

HACT is working with settle, Sovereign and whg to create an innovative framework for understanding and measuring the resilience of social housing residents. We are inviting the wider sector to contribute towards the development of a common definition and measurement approach.

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“We want everyone to have a voice”

by Thames Menteth-Wheelwright - on 05/02/2021

Camille Yerles, Customer Involvement Officer at The Barnet Group, shares what they’ve been up to since Black Lives Matter.

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7 reasons why the census data is still relevant

by Thames Menteth-Wheelwright, Marketing Lead - on 06/01/2021

Census data is critical to Community Insight and as soon as the new census is released, we will be uploading its data to the system. However, in the absence of new data, the 2011 census is still useful.

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