Launch Housing has commissioned the Australian Homelessness Monitor 2018 (the Monitor), for this first-of-its-kind authoritative insight into the current state of homelessness in Australia.
The Monitor is an in-depth, independent longitudinal analysis examining the changes in the scale and nature of homelessness in Australia, as well as how social, economic and policy drivers influence these changes.
It brings together numerous existing data sets, in addition to in-depth interviews with a wide range of policymakers, service provider representatives and advocacy organisations; as well as an online survey of service providers.
- Key Findings
- The Solutions
- Australian Homelessness Monitor 2018 Overview
- Australian Homelessness Monitor 2018 Full Report
SOURCE: Launch Housing. “Homelessness in Australia.” Launch Housing [website viewed 15 May 2018]
‘National Disgrace’: Cost of housing driving up child poverty rates: Policy inaction, stagnant wages and an 80% increase in costs have locked families out of stable accommodation, analysis shows.” / Christopher Knaus, The Guardian, Tuesday 15 May 2018
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