DTLA Forum - Housing Costs and Scarcity

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The 2018 UCLA DTLA Forum will discuss the rising housing costs and the politics of supply that make building more housing extremely complicated.

The South Los Angeles Homeownership Crisis

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Discussion of findings from study by the Center for Neighborhood Knowledge. Our panelists will examine what progress has been made in South LA, if any, in the domain of housing since the 1960s.

Searching for Stability Amid California’s Rent Crisis

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Housing costs have become unmanageable, and three panelists at UCLA Luskin discuss how policy could help ease the burden for renters

Protecting Renters in Los Angeles

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Discussions of rent control, stabilization and evictions, including exploration of California housing laws that affect renters and what can be done to give renters a more stable foundation.

Lending a Helping Hand

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A panel discussion at UCLA Luskin highlights what is and isn’t being done to serve the burgeoning homeless population in L.A. County

Homelessness in Los Angeles

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We will explore the issue of homelessness, and the response of local institutions, from three different perspectives: a Skid Row resident and activist, a developer of permanent supportive housing, and UCLA’s own BruinShelter. Lunch will be provided.

Can L.A. Fix its Broken Planning System?

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UCLA Luskin urban planners discuss the challenges — and possible solutions — to L.A.’s development woes

‘It’s About Changing the Paradigm’

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On ‘A Day Without a Woman,’ the Department of Urban Planning creates space for reflection and dialogue about women’s history, gender and equality

Home Sweet Home

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During a Lewis Center Book Talk, visiting lecturer Brian McCabe explores the efficiency of U.S. government support for homeownership

In Pursuit of Misdemeanor Justice

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UCLA Luskin researchers Michael Stoll and Michael Lens, selected for nationwide Research Network on Misdemeanor Justice, will focus on Los Angeles