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Prof Julian Disney and Kate Colvin, the spokesperson for the Everybody’s Home campaign will brief the National Press Club about the community housing, social and homelessness sector plans to transform the national housing system.
They will argue that current responses to housing affordability focus too much on first home ownership, ignoring the downstream affect on a growing generation of renters and those under housing stress.
They will present a coherent and integrated Housing Plan that will challenge all political parties to rethink housing policy and embrace new models of development, ownership and support.
Julian Disney AO
Prof Julian Disney is an independent housing policy analyst and activist. He will provide an overview of how and why the affordable housing crisis has developed in Australia over the last thirty years, and the economic, social and environmental consequences for individuals, communities and the nation. He will also outline key policies that have been proposed over that period to prevent or alleviate the crisis and the reasons why many of them have been ignored by governments or, if adopted, have had little or no positive effect.
Everybody’s Home campaign director Kate Colvin, will outline the community housing and homelessness sector plans to transform the national housing market. She will present coherent and integrated Housing Plan that will challenge all political parties to rethink housing policy and embrace new models of development, ownership and support.