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The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) and RMIT University co-hosted the inaugural Homelessness Research Conference in Melbourne, 19-20 April 2012.
The conference provided an opportunity to hear from many of Australia’s leading researchers, to not only get a sense of what research...
Current policies for increasing the supply of affordable housing in Australia envisage a greatly increased role for community housing organisations (CHOs), including as a provider of housing for homeless people.
Data from the Australian Institute for Health and Welfare indicate that in...
This paper argues that 'social' housing has failed and private home ownership must be an immediate priority on Indigenous lands; to help kick start home ownership tenants should be offered ownership of their homes at no cost.
Almost 20% of Australia and almost 50%...
This report examines the experience of mortgage distress in Western Sydney and mortgage holders' coping strategies.
While not claiming to be a representative sample of mortgagors in distress, the report reveals much about the circumstances contributing to mortgage distress and its considerable impacts on...
This Investigative Panel found that social housing neighbourhoods are stigmatised because government policies have worked to congregate socially disadvantaged people in social housing neighbourhoods while under-investing in the tenure. At the same time, the media has portrayed these neighbourhoods as a haven for criminals and...