Living in the community
- October 2015 | People with Disability Australia worked with the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, along with other key stakeholders, on a project that sought to understand the barriers and success factors facing people with disability seeking to transition into housing which better suits their needs and preferences, and the outcomes associated with these moves. Click here to download the report Moving to my home: housing aspirations, transitions and outcomes of people with disability
Boarding House Reform
People with disability living in licensed and unlicensed boarding houses face numerous human rights violations, largely due to the out-dated legislative, policy and practice frameworks which govern these forms of accommodation.
The Shut-In Campaign calls for an end to the segregation, congregation and isolation of people with disability from the community.
Further Resources and Information
- July 2014 | Housing, Homelessness and Disability Parity - Council to Homeless Persons' (CHP)
- Feb 2010 | Accommodating Human Rights - A Human Rights Perspective on Housing and Support for persons with disability