About the housing forum

For more than a decade, the Asia-Pacific Housing Forum has gathered under one roof major stakeholders engaged in seeking solutions to affordable housing issues and promote decent housing as a driver of economic growth. Since the inaugural conference in 2007, more than 9,200 participants have not only shared common ground but also presented diverse views through insightful plenaries and engaging tracks.
The regional housing forum is part of a Global Housing Forum series organized by Habitat for Humanity in collaboration with other organizations and institutions. Other regional forums will be held in Latin America and the Caribbean (May 17-21, 2021), Europe and Eastern Europe (November 2021); and in Africa and the Middle East (2022).
The main topics and connecting thread in all four regional Forums will revolve around actions on adequate housing and cities for a sustainable recovery pathway after COVID-19. The events will be leveraged for promoting innovations, sharing promising and enabling more connectedness and collaboration among partners to further better policies and practical solutions that increase access to safe, decent, and affordable housing.

Typically, participants include government representatives, influential business leaders, policymakers, donor agencies, academics, urban planners, architects, property developers,
key representatives from international organizations, nongovernmental organizations, social enterprises, housing finance organizations, technology companies, youth
organizations, researchers, advocates, and others.

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