This research develops strategies to redesign the homelessness service system in Australia in order to reduce homelessness.
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The housing aspirations of Australians across the life-course: closing the ‘housing aspirations gap’
This research Inquiry explores the generational specific housing aspirations and aspirations gaps for Australian young adults (18–34 years), mid-life (35–54 years) and later life (55 years and older) cohorts. ‘Housing aspirations’ are the desires households have in relation to their housing outcomes; a ‘housing aspirations gap’ is the difference between current housing circumstances and desired housing outcomes.
This research investigates the housing aspirations of mid-life Australians: those aged 35 to 54 years, with a focus on low to moderate-income households.
This research investigates the homelessness services system for families to identify what is working well; those elements that could be expanded to improve housing and wellbeing outcomes; and the potential for beneficial system redesign.
This research identifies measures that could reduce youth homelessness and lead to improved outcomes for young people who experience homelessness. It is based on an analysis of special homelessness services (SHS) data in three states: South Australia, NSW and Victoria.
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