The data reiterates the need for ongoing and significant co-investment by state and federal governments to increase the stock of social and affordable housing.
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This report is part of a series on poverty and inequality in Australia produced by a partnership between the Australian Council of Social Service and the University of New South Wales.
The housing market is failing to cater for older and younger generations, according to research.
Twenty-two older women experiencing homelessness completed a questionnaire and semi-structured interview. Data were analysed using descriptive statistics and thematic analysis.
Every five years, the Australian Bureau of Statistics counts every person and household in Australia. But if you are homeless, how does it count you?
This analysis reveals the impact of the housing market on the ability of low-income households to maintain a decent standard of living.