As a result of a COVID-19 exposure at AHURI's Melbourne office - this conference will now be held as virtually only. If you are registered to attend in person you have been contacted by our events team. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
Inadequate remote housing coupled with climate change will increase health risks for Indigenous families: report
Indigenous regional and remote communities will experience the negative impacts of climate change earlier and disproportionately, compared with most urban Australian settings, according to new AHURI research.
After a number of false starts resulting from COVID-19, we are very pleased to announce that our National Cities Conference, Uncharted urban futures: Australian cities post pandemic, will go ahead on Thursday 18 November 2021.
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.