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Nada Nasser Aug 3
Homelessness is mainly caused by poverty, unaffordable rent and family violence, not personal failings. Too many people are homeless and waiting for social housing. We can help those in need by building more social housing.
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Jacquelin Plummer Mar 14
tonight - a moving story of extreme rental stress and the real life consequences. There is no time to wait. We must urgently increase social housing so Ashley can get a home now and for everyone else on the waiting list
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Marion Bennett 4 Dec 18
Most tenants won't know where they will be living in a year. Many fear eviction if they raise issues with their landlord, eg need for repairs. Unfair residential tenancy laws increase the risk the homelessness.
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Damian Stock Aug 2
Inspiring to see a community, footy club and a tabloid paper responding to rough sleeping compassionately and with a focus on systemic causes and solutions. This reporting facilitates change .
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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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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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Marion Bennett Apr 30
A rising type of homelessness- more ppl living in shoddy, unstable, often unsafe places. Again, shows need for more social and decent affordable housing.
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Collective Phenomena Mar 13
I just sent an email to Treasurer Josh Frydenbreg asking him to deliver a fair housing for all Australians on April 2. Send him your message:
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WGAR News👣 #AboriginalRights AltMediaMonitor Sep 4
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ACOSS Sep 3
The GDP figures released today further the strong case for increasing Newstart and investing in social housing in order to stimulate the economy, while acting on poverty and homelessness. ACOSS media release:
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@latitudeYH Apr 30
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ACOSS Sep 2
Every dollar invested in social housing is estimated to boost GDP by $1.30. The Government can boost the economy and reduce homelessness by investing in social housing ACOSS brief:
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Foodbank Australia Aug 5
We shouldn't have 4 million Aussies experiencing food poverty and we shouldn't have a homeless problem. is encouraging communities to get behind the campaign to make a difference - visit .
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Melbourne Western Homelessness Network 3h
Homelessness has increased 40% in Melbourne’s West. MPs, homelessness services and thinking outside the box to create
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Homelessness Aus May 12
More people sleep rough in Katherine per capita than anywhere else in Australia
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StJohnsYouthServices Aug 5
Homelessness in Australia CAN be fixed. With affordable housing, a fair deal for renters & early intervention and support for those most at risk, every Australian can have a place to call home. To join the campaign, visit
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Unison Oct 9
At , we believe that increasing the supply of is critical in preventing and solving . For , join us in calling for more social and affordable housing in Australia:
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Kate Colvin Jan 27
40% of renters who get Commonwealth Rent Assistance still pay more rent than they can afford 1 In 8 pay >50% income on rent. Time to build more social housing and increase
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Dr Evelyne Tadros JP Mar 18
in Sydney last wk saw all sides of politics commit to changes. Regardless of who wins next Federal & State elections, let's see pledges w/out delay. 116,000 on any given night & 25% yp.
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Shelter Tasmania Aug 1
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