Iowa in the World Community: The Right to Housing

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The fall 2021 series Iowa in the World Community seeks to expand the campus and broader public understanding about international human rights standards related to pressing challenges we face in the United States, the State of Iowa, at the university, and/or within our local community.

The international human rights system recognizes adequate housing as a fundamental human right. This panel will examine the fulfillment of this right in our state and explore barriers to housing access and security.  Attendees will be invited to submit questions. 

Panelists include:

  • Daphney Daniel is an Iowa Law graduate and an attorney at Iowa Legal Aid
  • Candi Evans is an Advocate for Manufactured Homeowners’ Rights
  • Larisa Bowman is a visiting associate professor at Iowa Law with experience in housing litigation
Wednesday, September 22, 2021 12:00pm to 1:00pm
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