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While Australia’s population growth has generally aligned with government projections there were significant population increases on the outer edges and inner-city areas of our major cities, new AHURI research has revealed.
Four years after leaving state administered out-of-home care (OHC), young people are facing soaring rates of homelessness, hospital presentations and admissions for mental health concerns or self-harm and interactions with the justice system, AHURI research has revealed.
We are pleased to launch the brand new AHURI website – delivered as part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring our research, policy analysis and housing and urban industry news is accessible to our audiences. We have made some important changes that we hope will make your experience more enjoyable, and most importantly, better connect you with the research you are looking for.
Thursday 18 November 2021
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre & Online
Long held assumptions about the development of Australian cities have been up-ended by the COVID-19 crisis. The expectation of high and continuous population growth has been undermined and, at the same time, the way we live and work has changed.
2 - 4 March 2022
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Convened every two years by AHURI, NHC is a 3-day forum that examines the latest evidence, significant policy reforms and the shining examples of best practice in delivering social and affordable housing options to Australians.