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is a national campaign calling for an end to Australia's housing crisis Join us!
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Everybody's Home 13h
Boo ya!
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Everybody's Home 16h
We'll miss you in housing - but we love lawyers for justice too ...
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Everybody's Home 16h
Yeah. Nah. Just when you thought Australia's housing might be getting cheaper - it isn't. Australia’s housing is among the least affordable in the world because and discounts for investors are the most generous.
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Everybody's Home Jan 21
Great to hear Premier planning to do more to house people who are - that’ll take a lot more investment in .
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Better Renting Jan 13
Maybe new forms of cooperative living are the silver lining to Australia's housing disaster.
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Brad Webb Jan 14
It’s not rocket science...the evidence tells us that building housing is a key piece of the puzzle!
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Rod Barton MP Jan 18
"The enduring shortage of low-cost and social housing would also mean low-income earners would have nowhere to go if disaster strikes." Read morea t
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Kate Colvin Jan 19
People in poor quality housing face severe health risks, even death, in heatwaves. That's why the states need to mandate energy efficiency standards for rentals as a priority
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VincentCare Jan 16
The bushfires will worsen . There are already 80,000 Victorians waiting for social housing, and now over 200,000 people around Australia are looking for emergency short-term accommodation
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CHPVic Jan 6
In case you missed it yesterday, listen to CHP's CEO Jenny Smith discussing the stats, stories, and causes behind on 's The Roundtable: . With from and advocate Talie Star.
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Kate Colvin Jan 9
The Coalition’s first-home buyer scheme addresses neither the fundamental drivers of high house prices nor rising rent costs. points out it will also worsen inequality
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CHPVic Dec 17
New stats highlighting the huge gap between supply and demand for long term housing options. Without more social and affordable housing, women and children are often placed in crisis accommodation for extended periods.
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Kate Colvin Dec 17
Great to talk to and for tonight (6.30) about new data showing most people seeking help are women and children - and many fleeing Can you help call for action at
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Everybody's Home Dec 17
This Christmas there is no room at the inn for families and kids seeking services. Every day 253 people get turned away because of lack of resources. Can you help us call on MPs to take action to
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Everybody's Home Dec 15
Another missed opportunity by for the economy and Australians who are in and . Is ticking the box more important than people😟?
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Kate Colvin Dec 10
Australia is short 305,000 low cost rentals says and says it’s time for a rapid investment in to build housing, and create jobs!
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Everybody's Home Dec 10
Media release: 83 organisations together with and sent open letter to the Prime Minister urging investment in social housing to and kickstart Australian incomes and construction-related jobs
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Everybody's Home Nov 26
Today's from and shows how desperate renting is for people surviving on Newstart in our capital cities. It's time for action to increase Commonwealth Rent Assistance and build more social and affordable homes
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Everybody's Home Nov 26
Today's is grim news for renters coming up to Christmas. We need at least social and affordable homes and a 30% increase to Sign the petition. Spread the word. Let's get the housing system fixed!
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Everybody's Home Nov 21
Catch our partners addressing the Parliamentary Inquiry into today. Listen in here
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