What is the outlook for Section 8 voucher reform in this Congress? What can public housing residents do to monitor the planning process in their communities? How can low income housing advocates leverage the message of Occupy Wall Street to make change at home?

Explore these questions and more at our 2012 Housing Policy Conference, March 25-28 in Washington, D.C.

No matter who you are or where you live, if you care about housing for America’s lowest income people, you’ll want to attend our conference.

With budget battles looming and the presidential election already in full swing, 2012 is sure to have monumental implications for housing policy. Join us at NLIHC’s 2012 Housing Policy Conference and Lobby Day and hear from leading Administration, HUD and Congressional officials on what lies ahead for advocates of socially just housing policy. With 40 plenary and workshop sessions, an evening reception and Congressional office visits, you’ll leave this year’s conference prepared to bring about positive change.

Learn more and register here! Early registrants receive a significant discount over regular and late rates, so act now. Members of NLIHC get even bigger discounts. Questions? Email conference@nlihc.org.