Research Partnership


In partnership with Nottingham Trent University and the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, HRF had the great privilege of welcoming world experts on climate response to explore how homes can help to face the climate emergencies.


Our goal with this collaboration is to conduct, publish, and disseminate rigorous research that contributes in creating a greater recognition for the work that goes into creating healthy and strong home and family environments.
January, 2021


The Social Trends Institute (STI) is an international research centre dedicated to the analysis of globally significant social trends. STI focuses its research on four subject areas: Family; Bioethics; Culture and Lifestyles; and Corporate Governance.  STI pioneered the model of  Expert Meetings and publishes research across these fields. As non-profit and independent centre it offers institutional and financial support to institutions and academics who seek to make sense of emerging social trends and their effects on human communities. STI has been collaborating with HRF since 2015.

January 2015