At the meeting there were five board members elected who join the existing members continuing their term.
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In his opening remarks the minister recognised the work and advocacy of the sector particularly during January 2020 when there were “doom predictions” in relation to the total effect of COVID-19 on Western Australia.
During the three hours. A potpourri of sketches, hand drawings, collages and 3D renderings began to emerge. As the hours ticked away demand for printing and coffee grew in equal measure.
Figures released last month showed that at least 56 people died while homeless in Perth in 2020.
On Tuesday, 3 August Shelter WA held the official launch of this year’s theme in WA: Housing Solutions to End Homelessness.
Shelter WA used this opportunity to press the case for lazy land to be identified so it can be leased to the non-profit/community housing sector to drive rapid investment into construction.
Take a look more closely at how we house all Australians and the initiatives being driven by the private sector to achieve this goal.
Why are First Nations people forced to beg for something as fundamental as a home, on their own country, so they can keep their families safe?
Long before the acronym COVID-19 had ever been heard of Shelter WA had hit upon the idea of tying in inaugural sector awards to coincide with its 40 Anniversary in 2020 – acknowledging the present and leaving a legacy for the future.
The Executive Officer of National Shelter Adrian Pisarski was the special guest speaker this year. In his Zoom presentation he announced the formation of “a historic coalition of community organisations” who are coming together to push for an investment in social housing.