ProBono Australia have produced an interesting article outlining a presentation made at the recent Community Housing Industry Association (CHIA) conference about the intersection between NDIS and people experiencing homelessness. It’s well worth a read, along with reading the detailed PowerPoint slideshow by the presenter, Joseph Conellan on the CHIA website.
CHIA Victoria’s conference will be on 19th April at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. Up until 31st March you can secure early bird tickets at a reduced price. Go to the conference web page for more information.
The theme for this year’s forum is ‘Diversity’ and will be held at Warrenmang Vineyard on 24th and 25th of October. As always the forum will be free to all Network members and will offer an opportunity to learn, engage, network and recharge your batteries. Program details will be available soon, but in the meantime […]
Tiny houses: Interest is growing but who wants them and why? Opinion The Conversation By Heather Shearer, Griffith University Wed 20 Sep 2017, 6:37am Photo: A tiny house appeals to some as a solution for affordable and sustainable housing. (Flickr: Think Out Loud, CC BY-NC) Related Story: Man charged over tiny house allegedly stolen from […]
The newly released DHHS Strategic Plan includes information relevant to homelessness and housing and includes an printable PDF with key information.
Department of Health and Human Services in conjunction with Community Housing Federation of Victoria (CHFV) are holding a series of information sessions around the state to inform stakeholders about the next phase of implementation of the Victorian Housing Register. The information session will cover: Overview of the Victorian Housing Register – including structure and types […]
Council to Homeless Persons are now taking registrations for their bi-annual conference themed ‘Talking Solutions’. For more information go to CHP Conference .
Key topics to be covered at the conference include: What are the Federal Government’s cities policies and what is the role of affordable housing within these policies? How is Victoria going to improve social and affordable housing in its cities given it is one of the top three priorities in the new 30 year state-wide […]
Our peak homelessness agency, Council to Homeless Persons have published a detailed, yet easy to read, analysis of what the recent State budget contains for the sector. See their Sector Bulletin for details.