This study, conducted by Shelter SA, the peak body for housing in South Australia, constitutes the first methodical look at rooming housing in South Australia since 2003.
This article argues that it makes economic sense to support people from a refugee or asylum-seeking background from the moment they arrive. A few simple changes would ease the housing situation of vulnerable people.
Following trends on social media, ShelterSA has published this opinion piece, covering the relationship between viral movements such as #MeToo, and gender inequality and power.
Without national workforce or curriculum plans, social workers are unable to play a much needed role in Australia's health care system, writes Alice Clark.
Commentary by ShelterSA Executive Director, Alice Clark.
Focussing on young people and the private rental housing market, this research documents the critical role of significant adults in young people’s transition to independent housing.