AHURI RESEARCH IN PROGRESS

AHURI Inquiries

A suite of independent, original research projects

Inquiries are the flagship of the AHURI Policy Development Research Model. AHURI Inquiries are focussed on a substantial and complex policy issue, engaging key experts in policy development. Each Inquiry is guided by a panel of experts who are informed by an integrated suite of Inquiry research projects. These Inquiry research projects build the knowledge and new ideas critical to addressing the policy question.

An effective homelessness services system

AHURI Inquiry

How can the homelessness service system be redesigned and implemented to be effective for different groups across the life course?

Enhancing the coordination of housing supports for individuals leaving institutional settings

AHURI Inquiry

What are the housing support approaches for individuals leaving insititutional settings?

Housing aspirations and constraints for lower income Australians

AHURI Inquiry

What are the impacts of housing constraints for lower income Australians, and how can innovative housing solutions support their shelter and non-shelter aspirations?

Integrated housing support for vulnerable families

AHURI Inquiry

How best can housing and services support be provided and improved for families affected by domestic and family violence?

Social housing as infrastructure

AHURI Inquiry

Should social housing be treated as infrastructure, and, if so, what are the most appropriate investment pathways?

Population growth, migration and agglomeration

AHURI Inquiry

What role do housing costs, migration and the benefits/problems of agglomeration have on raising economic productivity?

Understanding and reimagining social housing pathways

AHURI Inquiry

How can social housing pathways be reimagined for more effective services, supports and policies?

Urban productivity and affordable rental housing supply

AHURI Inquiry

How does affordable private rental housing supply support labour markets and urban productivity, and what are the implications for strategic funding and planning interventions in metropolitan and non-metropolitan Australia?