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March-2015

HousingWORKS March 2015

In March 2015 edition of HousingWORKS we explore the world of social housing across Australia, New Zealand and - this time - the USA.

Contents

Welcome to the March Edition 
Donald Proctor, AHI President

Social Housing Change in Tasmania 
Jed Donoghue, State Housing and Homeless Manager for The Salvation Army, Tasmania

Collaboration and Council 
Laura Simpson, Service Development Manager, Rural Housing Victoria

Tenant Experiences of Public Housing Relocation 
Kathy Arthurson, Associate Professor, Director of Neighbourhoods, Housing and Health@Flinders Research Unit, Flinders University SA
Anna Ziersch, Associate Professor, Southgate Institute for Health, Society & Equity
Dr Iris Levin, Brotherhood of St Laurence’s Research and Policy Centre

Meeting the Need 
HousingWORKS sits down with Matthew Woodward, CEO, Unity Housing

Foreign Investment in Australian Real Estate 
Dr Dallas Rogers, University of Western Sydney

Recover and Rebuild 
Glenn Conway, Communications Manager for the South Island, Housing New Zealand

Reading the Numbers: A Snapshot of Australian Community Housing
Dr Tony Gilmour, Founder and CEO of the Housing Action Network

The Social Housing Story in America 
Kerron Barnes, Interagency Coordinator, Town of Mamakating, Sullivan County, New York

NDIS: The Next Wave in Housing 
Joseph Connellan, Consultant, MC Two Pty Ltd

Rethinking Social Housing 
Dr Judith Kraatz, Senior Research Fellow, Urban Research Program, Griffith University
Dr Annie Matan, Researcher and Lecturer, Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute, Curtin University
Peter Newman, Professor of Sustainability, Curtin University
Johanna Mitchell, PhD Candidate, Curtin University

Meet an AHI Corporate Member
Greg Orchard, Chief Operating Officer, Wellington City Council

A Career in Housing – Victor Jackson 

Meet a New AHI Member – Alice Clark 
Alice Clark, Executive Director of Shelter SA

 

The full version of the magazine is available on-line in the Members Only section of the web-site.