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‘Tent City’ moves on WA Parliament

Homeless people from ‘Tent City’ and across Perth will march on Parliament this morning to demand immediate action on WA’s housing and homelessness crisis. The march will join homeless protestors already camped on the steps at Parliament this morning.

Reimagining Home

This significant research project by Liz Lennon, from Focussed Solutions, a single older women with experience of poverty, housing stress and homelessness, brings to life a new future of housing options of housing options.

Victoria’s $5.3 billion Big Housing Build

$5.3 billion to construct more than 12,000 new homes throughout metro and regional Victoria over the next four years.

Australian Homelessness Monitor

The Australian Homelessness Monitor 2020 (AHM 2020) analyses changes in the scale and nature of homelessnessin Australia, as well as its social and economic drivers.

Wave of Homelessness

This letter appeared in The West Australian on Thursday, 5 November. It is written by Michelle Mackenzie, the CEO of Shelter WA.

Census Engagement Managers

If you have strong engagement and communication skills, and are passionate about giving those experiencing homelessness a voice then the ABS is recruiting now.

Aged Care Services

The Commonwealth Department of Health has invited Shelter WA to participate in a review of aged care services for older people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

Mayor’s pledge starts now

We are pleased that the strategy uses the levers available to government to create more diverse, climate appropriate housing choice within liveable, inclusive and connected communities.

Budget: High-Level Overview

Shelter WA has put together this High-Level overview of some of the housing and homelessness provisions in the WA 2020-21 Budget Papers.

Lived Experience Engagement Framework

Seeking feedback on aspects of the ‘Lived Experience Engagement Framework’ prototype.

Specialist Homelessness Services (SHS): Monthly Data

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare monthly data collected from specialist homelessness services around Australia.

A solution to Perth’s homeless crisis is within reach

We urge all candidates to take time to look at the evidence of what works, and the positive initiatives in Perth that are providing permanent homes and support for people who have experienced homelessness.

Being homeless is not unlawful

We urge all candidates to take time to look at the evidence of what works, and the positive initiatives in Perth that are providing permanent homes and support for people who have experienced homelessness.

Lord Mayoral Forum

Shelter WA & the WA Alliance to End Homelessness will host a forum between the six candidates who hope to be the next City of Perth Mayor.

Everybody’s Home – Heatmaps

Everybody’s Home and Homelessness Australia have had heatmaps produced that show by state and federal electorate how many people are homeless and how much social housing is needed.

Shelter WA in Geraldton

Shelter WA is designing a regional engagement structure to ensure we can keep the voice of Regional WA front and centre in housing and homelessness advocacy.

Real Stories & Case Studies