An interactive story map developed by the Hugo Centre in collaboration with Multicultural Affairs, Department of the Premier and Cabinet South Australia has recently been published which interactively explores the post World War II history of migration to South Australia and the characteristics of the migrants who have made South Australia their home.
In late December 2015, Housing for the Aged Action Group (HAAG), in partnership with CHURP, was successful in our funding submission to The Wicking Trust to run an Australia-wide project called The Older Persons Homelessness Prevention Project.
Congratulations to the team at the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) for securing research funding for seven different projects!
The simulation indicates the affordable housing supply necessary to meet the broad housing needs (not individual) of those households unable to access market housing (ownership or rental) and also quantifies those able to access the private rental market but placed under financial stress in order to do so.
This project has been an audit of South Australia’s housing assets undertaken by AHURI and South Australia Housing Trust.
ARIA+, like its predecessor ARIA, is an unambiguously geographical approach to defining remoteness.
Pharmacy Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Australia (PhARIA) (Commonwealth Dept. of Health). The PhARIA was designed (in partnership with the Dept. of Health and the Pharmacy Guild of Australia) to provide a comprehensive, standardised measurement of the physical and professional remoteness of pharmacies throughout Australia, for use in the determination of rural and remote pharmacy allowances.
Murray Bridge: A Blueprint for a Good Regional Migrant Settlement Experience
Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Australia Plus (ARIA+ 2016)