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AHURI Policy Evidence Summary complements Productivity Commission report on user choice in human services

AHURI research on the topic brings together a wealth of Australian and international experience

24 April 2018

Following the release of the Productivity Commission’s Inquiry report, Introducing Competition and Informed User Choice into Human Services: Reforms to Human Services, AHURI has issued a Policy Evidence Summary of the final report from the 2016 AHURI Inquiry into Individualised forms of welfare provision and reform of Australia’s housing assistance system.

Download the Policy Evidence Summary here.

The AHURI Inquiry brings together a wealth of Australian and international experience into ways individualisation of housing assistance can respond more sensitively to the varied needs of different population groups, including NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) recipients. Policy makers will benefit from the Policy Evidence Summary, which distills the key findings from the Inquiry in an accessible and abbreviated format.