What can we do to ensure decent, affordable housing?
by Deborah Doane
This episode of the Anti-Apathy Aunt podcast hosted by Deborah Doane, welcomed Gill Hughes from #thehullwewant, alongside Osama Bhutta from Shelter, responding to a question from a listener about how they can ensure that a local plan is responsive to local people’s housing needs. Both Gill and Osama give ideas about how to hold a local council to account, and how to bring citizens together for long-lasting change. They also talk about success stories. We then find out how the listener might take these ideas forward.
The Anti-Apathy Aunt podcast is an agony aunt for people who want to change the world, but don’t know where to start. It’s aimed at getting people engaged in social change through civil society. Each episode takes on a question from a listener about an issue they’re concerned with and brings experts together to share their ideas. We then hear from the original correspondent to find out what inspired them, and what they might do too.
Listen to this and other episodes of the Podcast here on a range of social justice issues, including tax justice and youth violence.
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