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We are pleased to make available video and presentations from AHURI conferences and events that have been delivered over the past 12 months. Select a relevant event to view materials. If you would like to access materials from an older event contact our events team at


Date: Thursday, 1 June 2023
Time: 4.00-6.30pm AEST
Venue: Crowne Plaza Melbourne, 1-5 Spencer Street, Melbourne, 3008


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AHURI Discussion Series: Private sector involvement in social and affordable housing

Join us on 1 June in Melbourne for the first event in our upcoming discussion series. AHURI is pleased to present a panel discussion and networking opportunity showcasing innovative private projects delivering social and affordable housing in Australia.

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Date: Monday 28 November 2022
Time: 09.00am-5.00pm ACDT
Venue: Pullman Hotel Adelaide, 16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide, SA 5000

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Renting in Australia - challenges and reforms

About the conference

The rental market in Australia has dramatically changed over the past two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, impacting tenants, landlords, real estate agents, advocacy groups as well as all levels of government.

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8–10 August 2022, National Convention Centre Canberra

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National Homelessness Conference

AHURI, in partnership with Homelessness Australia convened the National Homelessness Conference 2022. The Conference returned as a face-to-face event in 2022 – held in Canberra, while also offering a virtual option for delegates unable to travel to the nation’s capital. 

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20 July 2022
10.00am - 11.30am (AEST)


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Individual Supported Living arrangements for adults with intellectual disabilities and high support needs

People with disabilities have diverse housing needs and are one of several groups at heightened risk of poor housing outcomes. Historically persons with disabilities have resided in large residential institutions such as asylums, recently however there has been a shift to small group homes, collectively referred to as ‘cared accommodation’.

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