Title:Housing, public policy and social inclusion
Author(s):Hulse, Kath|split|Jacobs, Keith|split|Arthurson, Kathy|split|Spinney, Angela
Subject:Housing – general|split|Housing – temporary, emergency, homelessness|split|Social inclusion, exclusion
Publisher:Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute
Place of Publication:Melbourne
Date of Publication:2010

This Positioning Paper is the first output of an AHURI Project on Housing, Public Policy and Social Inclusion which aims to broaden and deepen understanding of the ways in which housing processes interact with social and economic disadvantage and whether, and to what extent, housing and related policies and programs can be effective in ameliorating these disadvantages and promoting social inclusion.

Series:AHURI Positioning Paper No. 135
 Material Type:Report

D. HOUSING/2010 AHURI_Positioning_Paper_No135_Housing_public_policy_and_social_inclusion.pdf

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