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Young mum to deliver petitions from 40,000 Australians calling on the Federal Government to prioritise homelessness funding and reform to avert looming crisis

MEDIA RELEASE – WEDNESDAY 9 NOVEMBER 2016  Young mum to deliver petitions from 40,000 Australians calling on the Federal Government to prioritise homelessness funding and reform to avert looming crisis  A delegation led by a 24-year-old mother with a ten-year history of homelessness will deliver petitions comprising over 40,000 signatures from Australians who are concerned the Federal Government is not meeting its responsibilities to the

Voices of housing stressed converge on Canberra for National Day of Action

Released Monday 23 March 2014  Housing and homelessness organisations will converge on Canberra for National Shelter’s National Day of Action on Tuesday 24 March 2015 calling on the Federal Government to live up to its responsibilities to ensure that all Australians have access to affordable housing.     30 June 2015 looms large for  housing and homelessness peaks National Shelter, Homelessness Australia and the Community

Undersupply of affordable housing forces difficult housing choices

National Shelter media release — 1 March 2013 National Shelter has welcomed the National Housing Supply Council’s report released today, revealing Australian’s unaffordable housing issue continues to grow. The report, Housing supply and affordability issues 2012–13, used the 2011 Census data, examining Australian households’ housing consumption and how it has changed over the last decade. National Shelter Chairperson, Adrian Pisarski, said that the report demonstrates

Towards NAHA Mark II: the next National Affordable Housing Agreement

July 2011 Between March and June 2011, National Shelter held a series of round table discussions on the development of the next National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA), the Council of Australian Governments agreement which covers funding for affordable housing and homelessness programs. 'Towards NAHA Mark II: National Shelter dialogue ahead of the nextNational Affordable Housing Agreement and associated NationalPartnership Agreements' is the report that emerged

Towards an improved National Affordable Housing Agreement

22 August 2012 Treasury is currently undertaking a five-year review of the National Affordable Housing Agreement — the agreement by the Council of Australian Governments governing housing assistance and homelessness funding that commenced in 2009. In order to prepare input for the Treasury review process, the National Affordable Housing Summit convened a roundtable meeting on August 22 to discuss priorities for a revised agreement, which

Time to commit to action on housing affordability

22 August 2013 The peak housing advocacy organisation for low income Australians, National Shelter, today expressed deep concern that neither major party has addressed the greatest cause of financial hardship for very many Australian households – the lack of affordable housing. “We are half way through the election campaign, and despite repeated calls across the community, neither Labor nor the Coalition have offered any direct

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