Call for contributions
Once again the Australasian Housing Institute and the Council to Homeless Persons are combining their resources to publish a joint edition of their two publications. This will be the September 2017 'Current Issues in Housing Tenure' joint edition of HousingWorks and Parity.
The central aim is to examine and discuss the range of tenancy issues that impact on the ability and capacity of people, particularly people attempting to exit or at risk of homelessness, to establish, maintain and sustain their tenancies in the different forms of housing available to them.
Please send us your article, examining one or more unique issues related to housing tenure, by Friday, 9 September 2017.
Your article may look at one of the following or any other relevant topic:
- Housing Tenure in Context
- Regulating Tenancies
- Tenancies at Risk
- Supporting Tenancies
- New Forms of Housing Tenure
Please send us your article, examining one or more unique issues related to housing tenure, by Friday, 9 September 2017. Read our Contribution Guide.
Contribute to HousingWORKS regular columns
Too busy to write a full article? We understand, but you can still make a valuable contribution to HousingWORKS by writing a piece for one of the following sections.
Vox Pop Section
This edition we’re asking the question: “What reforms in the various residential tenancies legislation are necessary to better protect both tenants and landlords?”. Please send a short (150-200 words) opinion piece to email@example.com for the chance to be featured in our leading journal.
Dear HousingWORKS: Readers’ Point of View
Thoughts on previous editions of the journal? Send the editor your feedback by completing the ongoing HousingWORKS review survey – take the survey here. Your comments may be shared in the next edition of the journal under the Dear HousingWORKS: Readers’ Point of View section.
Social Housing Update
This column offers social housing providers and relevant businesses the platform to share brief (up to 250 words) company news updates and announcements.
Free submissions. Company updates featuring newsworthy items for the social housing sector will be published for free. While we can’t guarantee publication, we do our best to include items of genuine interest for our readership. Free company announcements can include: innovative projects, big social initiatives, large scale stock transfers, new providers launched or new tenders awarded. To demonstrate industry newsworthiness, we advise you to include a broader context to the announcement.
Advertorial submissions. If you would like to submit an announcement about upcoming events, staff appointments, office relocations or new services for social housing providers, please consider a low-cost ‘advertorial’ space. These submissions cost $300. Advertorial space includes your company logo and contact details. Advertorial submissions are FREE for AHI Corporate Supporters and Members.
How to submit. Please send your submisison by email for consideration by the AHI editorial team. Submissions should not exceed 250 words and should be submitted within general publication deadlines. We reserve the right to edit, revise and condense free contributions and to determine the placement and title of the announcement as per the general HousingWORKS Contributor Guide.
Deadline: All contributions must be submitted by COB Friday, 9 September 2017
Submissions: All contributions should be submitted as Word Doc attachments in an email addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Questions: If you have any questions about contributing to this edition please refer to our detailed Contribution Guide or contact us by email: email@example.com
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