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Professor Jo Richardson is ready to answer your questions about social housing, homelessness and the meaning of home. And a reminder of our webinar tomorrow on public attitudes to wealth.
I’ll keep this quick, because it’s only been a few days since our report on public attitudes to wealth was launched. If you missed it, it’s here:
And, while I’m on the subject, a quick reminder about our webinar tomorrow:
Onto the main topic. A few weeks ago, we ran a successful ‘ask me anything’ Q&A session with Danny Dorling. If you missed Danny’s Q&A, it’s here:
This week, we’re running another Q&A with a member of our expert contributors network. This time we’re delighted to be working with Jo Richardson, Professor of Housing and Social Research at De Montfort University and former President of the Chartered Institute of Housing.
Jo’s research interests are social housing, homelessness, accommodation for Gypsies and Travellers, media discourse and marginalisation, and the meaning of home, place and identity. She would be happy to take your questions on anything related to these issues.
Please ask your question using our online form by midday on Thursday (25 May), to give Jo enough time to think about and answer them before we publish her answers in next week’s Fair Comment (which will be out in the afternoon on Tuesday 30 May, because of the bank holiday).