Local Government Obligations to Affirmatively Further Fair Housing
Topics presented will include:
- What Does "Affirmatively Further Fair Housing" Mean?
- What Must Local Governments Do to Meet their Obligations?
- What Other Entities Must Meet these Requirements?
- What are the Consequences of Failing to Meet AFFH Requirements?
- Who Can I Contact for Help?
Who Should Attend?
- Government Employees, including Grant Managers, Administrators
- Community/Economic Development Professionals and Staff
- Recipients of Federal Funding (CDBG, HOME, NSP, etc.)
- Affordable Housing Developers
- Housing Advocates
- Anyone who Cares about Equal Access to Decent, Affordable Housing
Presenter: Jeffrey Dillman, Project Administrator, North Carolina Fair Housing Project, Legal Aid of North Carolina
This is a free seminar, but advanced registration is requested. Please click here to register below or contact John Niffenegger at the NC Housing Coalition.
Presented by: NC Fair Housing Project, Legal Aid of NC, NC Housing Coalition, Disability Rights NC, Durham Human Relations Commission, Neighborhood Improvement Services, City of Durham, Department of Community Development, City of Durham and U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
This seminar is funded in part through a grant under the Fair Housing Initiatives Program with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Organizer John Niffenegger
Fri, Sept. 23, 2011
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Golden Belt Building
807 East Main St., Suite 2-300
Durham, NC 27701