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Closing today: vote for your favourite Housing Scotland 2019 Pitch Your Workshop ideas

RSLs, public and third sector organisations were given the opportunity to pitch for a workshop slot at this year’s SFHA annual conference, Housing Scotland 2019, and conference delegates can now vote for their favourite four ideas.

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RSLs, public and third sector organisations were given the opportunity to pitch for a workshop slot at this year’s SFHA annual conference, Housing Scotland 2019. The SFHA has received 13 pitches which are as follows:

Pitch 1: Transforming our communities – using the place standard tool by NHS Scotland

Pitch 2: Mentoring: what’s the point? By Scottish Mentoring Network

Pitch 3: Using employment to tackle homelessness by Kingdom Housing Association

Pitch 4: Communicating Universal Credit to millennials by Albyn Housing Society

Pitch 5: Using empty homes to deliver affordable housing by Shelter Scotland

Pitch 6: Loving housing by Social Bite

Pitch 7: Community-led housing by Community Housing Scotland and Highlands Small Communities Housing Trust

Pitch 8: Allocations policies by NHS Scotland

Pitch 9: Understanding adverse childhood experiences and trauma by NHS Scotland

Pitch 10: Power and human rights in the housing sector by NHS Scotland

Pitch 11: Climate change within the Scottish social housing sector by Keep Scotland Beautiful

Pitch 12: Quids in! By Social Publishing Project

Pitch 13: Housing solutions for disabled people by University of Stirling

You can view the full list of workshop details here.

Now that all workshops have been announced, voting is open, and conference delegates can vote for the four workshops that they would like to see at the conference.

To vote:

Using your smartphone, tablet or PC:

Go to www.sli.do

Type in housingscotland19

Answer the poll

And that’s it!

Voting closes today (Wednesday 15 May).