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Cameron Parsell


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Briefing paper

24 Sep 2015

Supportive housing is a package of assistance for tenants to address health and other needs as well as sustaining affordable tenancies, mostly in social housing. Some supportive housing is provided in a congregate (single) site context, but some providers use housing scattered across multiple...

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Research report

04 May 2015

Supportive housing is a package of assistance for tenants to address health and other needs as well as sustaining affordable tenancies, mostly in social housing. Some supportive housing is provided in a congregate (single) site context, but some providers use housing scattered across multiple...

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Research report

22 Mar 2013

This report presents the results of a project investigating forced exits from private rental accommodation in Queensland. It sought to understand practitioner responses and systems of service integration to assist these people be reintegrated back into suitable accommodation.

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19 Oct 2012

This article examines the manner in which Australian homelessness policy has been converging with international policy directions.

More specifically, the article scrutinises Australian social programmes adopted from the UK and USA as a means to achieve strategic goals of...

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17 Jan 2011

This Positioning Paper reports on the first stage of research into the adoption, in Australia, of new models of assertive outreach as responses to homelessness.

The aim of the study is to explore the ‘assertive outreach’ approach, with a specific focus on the potential for...

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26 May 2010

People who are homeless are portrayed to be a distinct type of ‘homeless person’. Within scholarly research literature, their state of homelessness has been presented as informative of who they are. On both an individual and collective level, people without homes are ascribed with identities on...

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