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Beyond the current NAHA: what next for national housing policy?

This conference was timed to make a contribution to the review and reform process associated with developing a new national housing policy.

Date(s): 27 Oct 2011 - 28 Oct 2011
Time: -
Location: Crown Conference Centre, 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank, Melbourne

Conference report

Conference rapporteur, Dr Jeff Harmer, tracked the main themes arising from the discussions during the second day of the conference. He then distilled the key conclusions during the closing session. This report includes an edited version of his observations.
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A video summary of Jeff's comments can be viewed here...

Conference discussion paper

This paper, prepared by the AHURI Research Synthesis Service, pinpoints aspects of a housing policy framework and program mechanisms that could improve outcomes under the NAHA.
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Conference downloads

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Senator the Hon Mark Arbib's speech to open the Beyond the current NAHA conference can be viewed here

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Still the reluctant landlords?
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An overview of the research evidence
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A framework for action: short and medium term priorities
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This document is a succinct summary of the current National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA).
Published in HousingWorks, October 2012
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This document provides an overview of the architecture of the current National Affordable Housing Agreement (NAHA).
Published in HousingWorks, October 2012
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