According to the research, two interrelated factors underpin experiences of chronic Indigenous homelessness.
Tag Archive for: Aboriginal Homelessness
The population of people experiencing homelessness in Western Australia is characterised by an over-representation of Aboriginal people.
The data showed a significant over-representation of Aboriginaland Torres Strait Islander people in the Western Australian homeless population.
As Australia’s most marginalised group and one of the most poverty-stricken First Nations peoples worldwide, the housing market continues to leave Aboriginal Australia out in the cold (figuratively and literally).
The 2021 Ending Homelessness in Western Australia 2021 report builds on previous work from the Centre for Social Impact The University of Western Australia (CSI UWA) by presenting an analysis of homelessness in Western Australia, using the Advance to Zero database.
The specialist homelessness services web report is an annual report summarising data from the Specialist Homelessness Services Collection (SHSC).