Many people and organisations supported the ‘Renters @ Home’ research. Now that the PhD thesis resulting from this research is submitted, stakeholders, participants and researchers are invited to a final seminar.
We will take a deep dive into some data and findings to explore what challenges and what supports renters to be ‘at home’ as renters in Australia.
We will also explore the problem of complexity in planning and how the narrative based participatory, methodological approach supported by Sensemaker™ software was used to disrupt that complexity.
If you are interested in policy/planning and research methods for impact assessment in complex systems, this seminar and conversation will be of great interest. There will be ample time for questions also.
When: Thursday Oct 26, 2-3 pm.
Where: Room 320, Steele Building (blg 3) in the Great Court precinct, The University of Queensland – up the path from the UQ Lakes bus station if you are coming from further afield.