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It is a contribution towards understanding the status and possibility of self-build housing as a viable means of housing delivery to overcome or bridge the housing shortage in remote Indigenous communities.
Although this study proved to be limited in its demographics, and thus may...
This project sought to understand how housing procurement strategies impact on outcomes for Indigenous people in remote settlements.
It examined four cases studies where governments have intervened in housing procurement processes and what makes for success in achieving improvements in social, cultural and economic...
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...
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...
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.
This paper focuses on which cities and large towns Indigenous Australians live in, how the Indigenous population is distributed by neighbourhood within these cities and towns, and what the characteristics of the neighbourhoods are in which Indigenous Australians are concentrated.
According to the 2006...
This project examines the housing careers of Indigenous urban households and compares them with those of non-Indigenous households.
The research project elicits these differences by: understanding the influences, motivations, experiences, decisions, and choices made by Indigenous households in urban areas; identifying housing access issues...
This study sought to understand appropriate models of service provision in social housing for Indigenous Australians.
It found that social housing for Indigenous households will work best if policy and service delivery settings promote intercultural practices through which service providers, workers, tenants and the...
An intercultural approach to the provision of social housing for indigenous people living in urban areas would maximise opportunities to strengthen partnerships and work with indigenous organisations. This approach has the potential to deliver more diverse housing choices and adapt services to local cultural norms....
Fixing Houses for Better Health projects target the improvement of houses and household living conditions in remote and rural Indigenous communities, using a method knowing as 'housing for health', which recognises the connection between a series of healthy living practices and the quality and condition...