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Social Housing and Poverty in Australia

Social Housing and Poverty in Australia

Stable housing is a critical component in addressing financial and social stresses that can lead to poverty or prevent exit from poverty. This analysis explores the correlation between community-level measures of poverty rates and social housing density to better understand how we might best structure future analyses to inform policy and practice on locations for new housing, structure and delivery of social housing, and rent assistance more broadly, for those facing housing stress.

Published 21 Oct 2022

New Partnership Announcement: Melbourne Institute and Roy Morgan Join Forces to Take the Pulse of the Nation

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New Partnership Announcement: Melbourne Institute and Roy Morgan Join Forces to Take the Pulse of the Nation

Melbourne Institute: Applied Economic & Social Research at The University of Melbourne and Roy Morgan, Australia’s largest independent researcher, are pleased to announce they have entered a strategic partnership to deliver Taking the Pulse of the Nation, a national survey providing real-time insights on Australian behaviours and attitudes on current social and economic issues.

Published 19 Aug 2022

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