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April 14, 2018

Finding Space to Solve Homelessness: Land Use Issues in Public, Private, and Religious Spaces


Full program available here (PDF)


Saturday, April 14, 2018
Seattle University School of Law

How can we use public, private, and religious land to mitigate the homelessness crisis? The Finding Space forum will discuss ideas, solutions, and challenges around land use issues and homelessness. We will explore social, legal, and policy issues related to many private and city-based approaches to tackling homelessness, such as safe parking lots, authorized encampments, shelters, and tiny villages. Cary Moon The Finding Space forum aims not only to stimulate thought, discussion, and scholarship, but ideally, to empower participants to more confidently pursue and support more progressive uses of public, private, and faith-based property to address the needs of people experiencing homelessness.

We're thrilled to welcome civic leader Cary Moon as our keynote speaker.

Hosted by:
Seattle University School of Law, SU Homeless Rights Advocacy Project,
and Seattle Journal for Social Justice