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Ilan Wiesel

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University of New South Wales
City Futures Research Centre

Ilan Wiesel's research seeks to inform more sustainable housing and urban development, through analysis of the housing experiences, needs and aspirations of diverse social groups, and the policies and practices of city builders and policy makers. He joined UNSW in 2009 after completing a PhD in urban planning (Melbourne University, 2009) and a MA in geography (Tel-Aviv University, 2004). - See more at: https://www.be.unsw.edu.au/profile/ilan_wiesel-vizel#sthash.KvbzdFkx.dpuf


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Video lecture/presentation

10 Aug 2017

Transforming Housing of the Melbourne School of Design is committed to supporting improved housing outcomes for very low to moderate income households in Melbourne.

Part of achieving that goal is facilitating industry engagement and bringing together key housing stakeholders for informed...

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Discussion paper

01 Mar 2017

People with disability represent a fifth of the Australian population (AIHW 2015), and this proportion is expected to increase with population ageing. With the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) being progressively rolled out across Australia, this is a particularly appropriate time for...

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Commentary

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10 Feb 2017

The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is expected to help more people with disability access the support services they need to live independently in the community. But the majority of NDIS participants have low incomes. So, without substantial financial assistance, they struggle to...

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Research report

30 Aug 2016

This report considers the findings from an evidence-based policy inquiry into individualised forms of housing assistance which assessed whether their implementation could lead to improved services and better outcomes for low-income and vulnerable households. It sets out future policy options...

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Research report

05 Feb 2016

The private rental sector has grown significantly and is now home to more than 1.8 million Australian households. This growth has been linked to higher demand from households who are taking longer to save for a house deposit, as well as more strictly rationed public housing. Despite this growth...

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Briefing paper

06 Jan 2016

Recent reforms in the disability sector through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will allocate funding to individuals who will be able to exercise greater control over its use. More people with disabilities will be able to access support to move from congregate care, group homes,...

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Research report

23 Dec 2015

The private rental sector has grown significantly and is now home to more than 1.8 million Australian households. This growth has been linked to higher demand from households who are taking longer to save for a house deposit, as well as more strictly rationed public housing. Despite this growth...

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Research report

21 Dec 2015

A fundamental goal of the NDIS is to maximise participants’ choice and control over which support services they receive, who they receive it from and where it is delivered. The increase in overall funding for disability services, alongside the individualisation of funding—no longer tied to a...

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Research report

26 Aug 2015

Recent reforms in the disability sector through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) will allocate funding to individuals who will be able to exercise greater control over its use. More people with disabilities will be able to access support to move from congregate care, group homes,...

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Research report

30 Sep 2014

Explores the factors influencing tenant choices to remain in or depart from public housing.

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Falling tenancy turnover rates over the last decade have resulted in declining vacancies available to applicants in high need. To address this...

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