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National Shelter October 2022-2023 Federal Budget Analysis
Click here to read National Shelter's analysis of the October budget
Party and Candidate Responses to National Shelter Policy Checklist
Early in the campaign, National Shelter invited the major parties, minor parties, and C200 independent candidates to indicate how their policies or policies of their party support the National Shelter priorities. Click here to read their responses and our
National Shelter 2022-2023 Federal Budget Analysis
Click here to read National Shelter's 2022-2023 Federal Budget analysis.
Submission to the Productivity Commission’s National Housing and Homelessness Agreement Review.
Submission to the Productivity Commission's National Housing and Homelessness Agreement Review.
States’ Housing Step-Up No Substitute for Federal Action
New research by the ACOSS/UNSW Poverty and Inequality Partnership shows renters on low and modest incomes are in the grip of a housing pincer, especially in regional Australia, as surging rents and the Commonwealth’s neglect of social and affordable
Submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Housing Affordability and Supply in Australia
National Shelter welcomes the opportunity to make a submission to the Inquiry into housing affordability and supply in Australia. As discussed in the Submission, housing affordability and supply are affected by many factors including but not limited to the
Housing Boost Aggregator
This simple 4 pager explains the Housing Boost Aggregator, a solution to unlock private investment in social and affordable rental housing supply. Click here to read the paper.
National Shelter Policy Positions
There is a housing affordability crisis in Australia, yet there is no Commonwealth Government strategy to address the growing numbers of people experiencing housing stress and homelessness. Homeownership is on the decline, fewer households are achieving mortgage-free homes before
Aboriginal Housing and Health Report
Shelter WA received a grant from the Australian Government Department of Health to undertake a review of Indigenous housing policy and programs, reviewing the intersection of housing and health policy, and to provide information on the policy changes required to
Young Renters Hardest Hit: Moving On Report
The first findings of the national Moving On survey are out! The report shines a light on the experiences of private rental tenants, landlords and property managers across Australia to create a picture of how tenancies end in the private