Specialist Homelessness Services funding contracts; our correspondence with the Minister
How are we being accountable to our tenants today? Our discussion paper explores the issues relating to the transfer of tenancy management from public housing to community housing, highlighting the tensions between being a caring landlord and running a viable housing business. We raise the following questions: How does the public know about public assets
The South Australian Government is developing a Housing and Homelessness Strategy for the State. They are currently seeking input from the public, and we encourage you to take the short survey to have your say on future plans for housing and homelessness. Shelter SA has prepared some tips to help people answer the survey or
In this edition: Invitation to Shelter SA's Housing and Homelessness Strategy Workshop, a PICKLE Update, New Research on Housing Assistance (AIHW), Homelessness Week 2019 and EOI for Social Impact Investment.
In this edition: Read about the housing shortage in Adelaide Hills and the recent workshop we held, have yourSAy on our Housing and Homelessness strategy, find out about Homelessness SA's frontline worker's forum, and the community engagement workshops for young and old!
In this Edition: Have your say in SA's Housing and Homelessness Strategy, low/middle-income earners shouldering the burden of those tax cuts, SA lagging behind on no-cause evictions and pet-friendly rentals, and adult safeguarding regulations.
A number of tenant unions and tenant advocates across Australia, in conjunction with major political parties, are currently reviewing the tenancy laws within their jurisdictions in order to #MakeRentingFair. Some of the key issues being considered are the removal of no-cause evictions and allowing tenants to rent with pets, which are discussed in our Position
It’s great to hear our Federal and State parliamentary leaders publicly state their commitment to better protecting vulnerable people living in residential aged care from being abused, proposing that the $500,000 CCTV trial in residential aged care will give greater peace of mind that “loved ones are receiving quality care”. But how much is spin