Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

Source Details

The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) is a unique venture—a national independent research network with a professional not-for-profit research management company at its centre. ARURI funds, conducts, synthesises and disseminates high-quality research on housing, homelessness and related urban issues, including research specific to Indigenous Australians. AHURI Research Centres are currently based at: Curtin University, RMIT University, Swinburne University of Technology, University of Adelaide, University of New South Wales, University of Sydney and University of Tasmania.

Link to organisation: http://www.ahuri.edu.au/

Source Acronym: AHURI

Source Type: Education

Research report
20 April 2017

This study investigated the capacity constraints affecting Australia’s affordable housing industry, which is critical to addressing the housing needs of low-income Australians.

Video lecture/presentation
11 April 2017

The Treasurer, the Hon Scott Morrison MP, addressed the issue of housing affordability in a lecture hosted by AHURI at the State Library in Melbourne on Monday 10 April 2017.

Report
7 April 2017

This study investigated the most appropriate and beneficial shared home ownership models for people with disability.

Research report
28 March 2017

This study investigated what was required to create successful non-profit housing providers through public housing transfers in the UK and the roles that policies played in the process. The review...

Report
2 March 2017

This study investigates the role housing assistance, housing wealth and home ownership mortgages have on individuals’ incentive to work or on other employment decisions. The study also explores...

Video interview
20 February 2017

Interview with Tony Keenan, Launch Housing CEO, to discusses the outline of his presentation to the AHURI One-day conference, 'Homelessness and housing solutions.'

Report
14 February 2017

This report provides evidence from case studies of homelessness services into how services supporting those experiencing homelessness are funded, and how different forms and levels of funding...

Guide
30 January 2017

This factsheet outlines the concept of a bond aggregator and how it could work in Australia.

Report
16 December 2016

Indigenous Australians are 14 times more likely to become homeless than other Australians, and their homelessness situations are likely to be more severe. This research examined how the changing...