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This study investigates the applicability of home ownership to Indigenous people living on communal title lands.
The research examines the capacity for Indigenous people to enter this tenure, and whether there is an aspiration to do so. A central theme is also the meaning...
Since the 1960s we have experienced major changes in the way people live and the way in which they build their families and households. This paper looks at the characteristics of people who live alone.
Adults are marrying and having children later than in...
This article considers the needs of victim/survivors of sexual assault who are also experiencing homelessness.
Reducing homelessness and supporting those without stable, secure accommodation calls for a "trauma-informed" model of service delivery. The characteristics of this model and its implications for accommodation solutions, workforce...
The Indigenous population experiences higher rates of homelessness and overcrowding than the non-Indigenous population.
Whilst non-Indigenous Australians experience higher rates of affordability need, houses are least affordable for Indigenous Australians living in major cities. The number of additional dwellings required to address these problems...
This report explores the experiences of young people who are homeless or in foster care.
In 2008, over 45,000 young people aged 11 to 24 years participated in the seventh annual Mission Australia National survey of young Australians . 375 of them identified...
This Positioning Paper is the first report from a project which seeks to add to the research evidence base on the financial and non-financial outcomes of home ownership for households.
The overall aim of the project is thus to investigate whether, and to what...
In this paper the authors present an analysis of census data as it relates to Indigenous temporary mobility and analyse the spatial and demographic complexities that underwrite them.
At the time of writing this discussion paper Australia was in uncharted waters caused by the Global Economic Crisis (GFC) with unemployment on the rise and retirement incomes adversely impacted by stock market losses.
This discussion paper, prepared by the Older Persons'...
On average, every $100,000 increase in housing wealth results in an increase in consumption of between $1000 and $1500 per annum in Australia, according to this bulletin.
Increased housing wealth helps to relax borrowing constraints on home owners thus facilitating increased consumption.
In 2007-08, there were over 36,000 dwellings specifically targeted to providing housing assistance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples - an increase of almost 1,000 dwellings since 2005-06. A further 58,000 Indigenous households were receiving assistance through mainstream housing programs in the same period....