Enews: NEW Research on Housing and Economic Policy, Impacts of Rapid Policy Change During COVID-19 and More!
In our latest enews we reveal the latest research on housing and economic policy, the impacts of rapid policy change during COVID-19, invite you to join the online National Youth Homelessness Conference, and discuss Adrian Pisarski's latest travels to Canberra.
A report released as part of the UNSW-ACOSS Poverty and Inequality Partnership, and supported by Mission Australia, National Shelter and Queensland Shelter, looks at the domains of rental housing and homelessness and how they have been impacted by COVID-19. Read
National Shelter has released its Budget Submission for 2021/22; in it we welcome the Federal Government’s consolidation of housing responsibilities into a single Housing Minister - The Hon Michael Sukkar MP, and we look forward to an opportunity to meet
Read our first enews of 2021 as we discuss our latest Budget Submission, an upcoming National Council Meeting in Adelaide, increased funding for ACT Shelter and more.
In the latest edition of the enews, we summarise the Rental Affordability Index launch last week and publish the 2019/2020 Annual Report.
Read the latest Annual Report.
National Shelter urges the government and all parties to commit to a national plan and strategy to address affordable housing in Australia and enable governments, the private and community sectors to work together to solve the current affordable housing crisis.
The latest release of the Rental Affordability Index (RAI) highlights that JobSeeker recipients are facing severe rental stress across the country. The RAI is an indicator of the price of rents relative to household incomes based on new rental agreements.
Read the latest edition of the enews here.
National Shelter congratulates the Victorian government on the announcement of a $5.1b social and affordable housing program! Read more in our media release.
Read the latest edition of National Shelter's enews here.
The 29-year run of GDP growth in Australia has now ended with the 2020 recession. While much of the growth run was driven initially by productivity gains and micro and macroeconomic reforms, over the past decade it’s been driven more