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Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’
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Addressing Rough Sleeping in Three Australian Cities: Social Housing, Private Rental and ‘Return to Home Communities’

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A presentation given by Cameron Parsell, AU at a FEANTSA Research Conference on "Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe", York, September 2012

A presentation given by Cameron Parsell, AU at a FEANTSA Research Conference on "Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe", York, September 2012

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  • 1. Insert your logo here Addressing rough sleeping in threeAustraliancities: Privaterental, social housing, and return to home communities Cameron Parsell Institute for Social Science Research The University of Queensland European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 2. Research Australian Government, Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (FaHCSIA): Andrew Jones Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI): Rhonda Phillips University of Queensland Multi-method, longitudinal European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 3. Contemporary Australian Context Affluence and ‘Australian identity’ Rejection of crisis approach to permanently reducing the incidences of homelessness Headline targets Interventionalistapproaches Social Inclusion Learning from abroad: ‘evidence based’ European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 4. Contemporary Australian Context European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 5. Street to Home (Sydney and Brisbane)• Street to Home is an integrated means of service delivery to assist people sleeping rough and/or experiencing chronic homelessness (1) immediately exit homelessness, (2) access and sustain stable housing, and (3) realise broader social, wellbeing and health outcomes (social inclusion) European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 6. Street to Home (Sydney and Brisbane) Vulnerable population – stereotypical image of ‘homeless person’ Housing supply? Assertive street outreach Housing access Housing support and supportive housing? Non-housing outcomes? European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 7. Common Ground Sydney European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 8. Common Ground Brisbane European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 9. Remote Indigenous Community European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 10. Darwin Neither the espoused policy objective nor the resources Different phenomena and different problematisation Short-term Return to country Out of place European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 11. Darwin ‘long grass’ European Research ConferenceAccess to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012
  • 12. Summative comments Positive advancements Most vulnerable, deserving or visible? Common Ground – needed or misguided/paternal? Resources = self-determination and autonomy Skillful practice Poverty and the allure of the city European Research Conference Access to Housing for Homeless People in Europe York, 21st September 2012

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