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Professor Sheila the Baroness Hollins: "My life’s work has revolved around trying to implement the principles of the Ordinary Life movement for people with learning disabilities, that each person is entitled to an ordinary Life in an ordinary house in an ordinary street with the support that they may need to be able to live safely and fully."

Staying at Home

The advent of the coronavirus and the steps we are advised to take to control it have thrown into sharp focus the vital but often ignored core of our lives: our homes.

The Coronavirus is testing us

The COVID-19 pandemic,  already all over the world and moving fast, is going to test our homes and our families, but will also prompt us to look at ourselves.

Stories of Home

New post on our Blog. I wonder if you have ever thought about the homes portrayed in children’s stories?

Happy at home, happy in life

We are delighted that Richard Layard has agreed to be a keynote speaker and scientific committee advisor for our next conference: Happy Home, Happy Society? Layard is the author of what is described as “the key book in happiness studies”. Happiness: Lessons from a New Science looks at the paradox at the heart of our lives.

2019: a very good year for HRF

As 2019 comes to a close, Bryan Sanderson has great pleasure in sending news of our recent activities and some reflections on what has been a very good year for Home Renaissance Foundation.

The Call for Paper is now open!

HRF welcomes descriptive, theoretical, empirical or practical nature papers from experts, early career and doctoral scholars in a wide range of academic subjects and professional fields including Architecture, Economics, Education, History, Politics, Philosophy, Sociology, Psychology, Technology, Human Ecology, Urban Planning to recognize the importance of home lifestyle in building a happy society.