About National Housing Research Program funding
The National Housing Research Program is the backbone of AHURI research. Research Projects are funded through an annual competitive funding round.
The priorities for funding are articulated through the AHURI National Housing Research Program Research Agenda. The Research Agenda, updated on an annual basis, provides a series of Priority Topics and Strategic Research Issues of importance to policy makers and also summarises the current state of knowledge on these issues from the AHURI evidence-base. Applications are selected on merit against selection criteria including relevance to policy.
The research from the AHURI National Housing Research Program is of direct relevance to the policy community, stimulating discussion and debate. Policy experts and practitioners will engage with the research and researchers are expected to present their work to the policy community upon its completion.
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