Welsh Housing Equality NetworkThe Welsh Housing Equality Network (WHEN) is a network run by housing providers in Wales to share and promote best practice and understanding of equality in the Welsh housing sector. It is free and open to all member organisations of Tai Pawb. Meetings will be held three times per year, and will be held in different locations around Wales.


Our most recent WHEN meeting

The most recent WHEN meeting took place on the 10th April and discussed Gender Identity.

Policy Update – 10th April 2018 (Members only)

The terms of reference of the network are:

To identify and enable the understanding of good practice and innovation in housing and equality;

To identify and understand potential challenges to equality in housing and to develop practical responses to these;

To feed into and influence Tai Pawb’s influencing and policy work;

To develop a collective approach to solving issues related to equality in housing issues in Wales;

To support and better enable individuals working within housing associations and local authorities to meet the requirements of the Equality Act and other relevant legislation;

To engage with other housing and equality organisations, including the 3rd sector, to develop better equality expertise within the housing sector;

To enable better outcomes for all those with protected characteristics living in Wales

The group also identifies opportunities for wider engagement, improved responses to proposed policy changes and better understanding of equality amongst members.

The Network is chaired by Amanda Attfield (Bron Afon). Tai Pawb provides the secretariat to the Network.

 

Information

Please see the events section of our website for information on upcoming WHEN Meetings.

For further information on the WHEN network please contact info@taipawb.org or 029 2053 7630.