Tag Archive for: Productivity Commission

Research into funding of homelessness services

The Centre for Social Impact UWA has been awarded this work and the project is being overseen by a small advisory group of services providers.

ROGS Housing and Homelessness services analysis

Public housing dwelling conditions have continued to deteriorate across the state, with only 78.2 per cent of public dwellings meeting minimum acceptable standards.

Report on Government Services 2022

The Productivity Commission report, released on Tuesday, contains detailed information on the performance of Australia’s social support services, including housing, homelessness, aged care, youth justice, child protection and more.

National Housing and Homelessness Agreement Review

Terms of Reference have been developed, and on Tuesday, 21 December 2021 the Productivity Commission released an Issues Paper to provide guidance for submissions.

National Housing and Homelessness Agreement Review

Bilateral agreements under the National Housing and Homelessness Agreement (NHHA) expire at the end of 2022-23 with further funding subject to negotiation.

Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage

Overcrowded housing is an environmental factor that contributes to higher rates of preventable and infectious diseases.

Productivity Commission Mental Health

Unsafe housing, insecure tenure as well as affordability pressures can contribute to mental ill-health.

Report on Government Services

Annual Report provides information on the equity, effectiveness and efficiency of government services.

Productivity Commission into Mental Health

The Productivity Commission Draft Report from its inquiry into Mental Health highlights the critical importance of housing.

Report on Government Services

The Report on Government Services is a vital tool in providing information to the community and holding all Australian governments accountable for the effectiveness and efficiency of government services. Learn more here