This study considers how conditionality in housing policy and management contributes to housing outcomes, and what modes of conditionality are most effective and in what contexts for Indigenous clients.
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This report builds on previous AHURI research to develop a working Community Land Trust (CLT) model with specific Indigenous NSW communities and identify issues in considering a model for the Northern Territory.
Housing conditionality, Indigenous lifeworlds and policy outcomes: towards a model for culturally responsive housing provision
This report analyses how the intersection between Indigenous and mainstream norms, values, expectations and behaviours influence the successes and failures of welfare conditionality in its goal of supporting positive housing outcomes for Indigenous people.
This report reveals findings on the potential relevance of models based on Community Land Trusts (CLTs), one form of hybrid tenure, for the Indigenous housing sector.
The setting of Indigenous social life in the towns and cities of Western Australia is the family community. The family community is an assemblage of kinsfolk who cooperate over time and distance economically, socially and politically.
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