Whether you work in a specialist or generalist role in housing, there are training options available to you. Please see Training & Events for a wide range of training opportunities over the next few months.
Author Archive | Mellissa
The report doesn’t tell communities what to do, it tells them how to do it, highlighting the frameworks and relationships needed for collaborative problem solving. These include: Shared leadership Data sharing in communities A focus on prevention Joint funding of local initiatives. Support for local “economy building” The report also mentions local program http://gogoldfields.org/ based in […]
The August edition of Parity is out now. See http://chp.org.au/services/parity-magazine/current-issue/ for more details.
With the best information that we have been able to obtain, we believe that the provision of approximately 30,000 new dedicated affordable dwellings could be an appropriate infrastructure response to contribute to the current unmet demand for access to housing. However, further investigation and the development of a comprehensive housing plan is required to confirm […]
In yet another positive outcome from the Royal Commission into Family Violence the Victorian government has announced it’s commitment to development of new and existing facilities to shelter women and children seeking shelter as a result of family violence. For more information go to New Refuges for Women & Children
Vote for the ideas you think are most deserving of support. Your votes will select one non-profit to receive a $750,000 grant to make their project a reality, and a panel of judges will choose a further three winning organisations. https://impactchallenge.withgoogle.com/australia2016
New training opportunities posted at http://loma.net.au/events/.
This one day conference will focus on the future of housing in Australia. Full program and registration details are on the AHURI website
Aboriginal Housing Victoria have received 500 new properties in a transfer from DHHS. See the news story for more information at ABC News Story