Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute

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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.

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Source Acronym: AHURI

Source Type: Education

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...

14 December 2016

The research investigates how well remote Indigenous housing reforms introduced since 2008 under the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing are working.

Briefing paper
28 November 2016

The research examined the impact of programs providing social housing with support for people experiencing homelessness under the National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH).

21 November 2016

This project investigates how well tenancy management arrangements are working under the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing (NPARIH), the appropriateness and effectiveness...

31 October 2016

This report presents evidence from the Australian Homelessness Funding and Delivery Survey of how services supporting those experiencing homelessness are funded, and how different forms of funding...

28 September 2016

The effect of house prices on households’ financial decisions has been an important question facing researchers and policy-makers. Increases in house prices may lead households to take on...

21 September 2016

This report examined the notion of an efficient housing market and identified key indicators of housing system efficiency, responsiveness, and risk. It examined implications of particular housing...

Video lecture/presentation
5 September 2016

Dr Ian Winter introduces a one-day conference investigating the future of housing assistance in Australia.

31 August 2016

This research drew on international evidence assessing connections between housing and productivity and economic growth as well as interviews with economic development and housing practitioners in...

30 August 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...