The annual agenda-setting event around affordable housing in Europe is held in Estonia, Tallinn this year. The title of conference is “Livability & Affordability in the Digitized City” and it will take place on June 7th at the Estonian Film Museum.

During the event, the Housing Europe (European Federation of Public, Cooperative and Social Housing) and EKYL (Estonian Union of Co-operative Housing Associations) take a digital look in the future of our cities.

In a country that serves as a role model for e-governance, the annual agenda-setting event around affordable housing in Europe will bring together more than 150 representatives of housing associations across Europe, policymakers and the civil society in an exchange that generates evidence-based policy suggestions.

The effects of the digital age become more and more visible in the cities we live in and will play a shaping role in their future. The question of data, smart city ideas or evolving collaborative governance models are just some aspects of this bigger trend unfolding. Within this context, housing is where everything starts…

Join a number of experts from a wide range of sectors – academics, architects, civil engineers, housing providers, policymakers, tech innovators, civil society and international institutions’ representatives for a full day of exchange and inspiration!

The event marks the 30-year anniversary of Housing Europe and the 100-year anniversary of Estonian Republic.