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Place-based approaches: an agenda for an incoming government

Despite more than two decades of economic success in Australia, there are communities across the country where families still feel excluded, isolated and disempowered. A place-based approach addresses problems specific to a location or community and empowers it with a degree of control and accountability. Read More

Why housing is a major public health issue for Australians with disability

People with disabilities are at much greater risk of living in unaffordable housing where the cost of keeping a roof over their heads can only be met by reducing spending on other essentials like food and health care. As a result they face a higher risk of homelessness, prompting concerns about a disability housing crisis in Australia. Read More