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Lesleyanne Hawthorne
Canada and Australia are global exemplars of nation-building through government planned and administered economic, family and humanitarian migration programs. By 2005 Australia included the world’s highest percentage of foreign-born (24.6% of the...
Savelsberg, Martin-Giles
Drawing upon empirical data from four research projects undertaken in Adelaide, South Australia, we examine the cumulative effects of deprivation on the lives of young people. Utilising a social exclusion framework for analysis we demonstrate the...
Johann D. Kriel
Reports of increases in the numbers of homeless people are pouring in from all over the world yet many governments still do not consider homelessness worthy of a policy response in its own right and relegate it to the periphery of either housing or...
Kathy Arthurson, Keith Jacobs
The dynamic between housing policy and wider welfare reform has been an important theme within housing scholarship. As a background this paper considers Jamrozik’s contention of a transition in social policy from a welfare state to a post welfare...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) Children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are more likely to smoke, drink and use illegal drugs, U.S. researchers reported on Sunday [August 17, 2003]. It could be because children with ADHD have trouble...
Kerry Beck, Carol Shard
The Department for Families and Communities (DFC), Housing SA provides program and housing responses to address Aboriginal mobility and reduce Aboriginal homelessness in South Australia. These services incorporate policy development, governance,...
Rosanne Haggerty
Rosanne Haggerty’s report to the Premier of Tasmania, Paul Lennon MP contains her observations during her visit to Tasmania from 16 -18 March 2008. Rosanne visited emergency housing facilities in the north and south of the State and met with...
First World Hunger Revisited exposes the hidden functions and limits of food charity and corporately sponsored food banks as primary responses to widespread domestic hunger and income poverty in twelve rich 'food-secure' societies and emerging...
Paul Watt, Peer Smets
This book offers a cross-national perspective on contemporary urban renewal in relation to social rental housing. Social housing estates - as developed either by governments (public housing) or not-for-profit agencies - became a prominent feature of...
Ed Wensing, Martin Wood, Darren Holloway
This material was produced with funding from the Commonwealth of Australia and the Australian States and Territories. AHURI Ltd gratefully acknowledges the financial and other support it has received from the Australian, State and Territory...
Nicole Gurran, Catherine Gilbert, Kenneth Gibb, Ryan van den Nouwelant, Amity James Curtin, Peter Phibbs
This study examined how land use planning mechanisms can support affordable housing inclusion within new and renewing communities. It found that 'inclusionary planning' tools leverage significant quantities of affordable housing supply in many parts...
OVERVIEW To support your efforts in protecting people experiencing homelessness from the coronavirus and in response preparations, we have collected some guidance and resources from around the world. The coronavirus guidance points to the...