AHURI Policy Impact Statement 2018-19 - Page 4



Engagement
AHURI’s public engagement in 2018-19 featured the relaunching of the National
Homelessness Conference in partnership with Homelessness Australia—a two day
summit that brought together homelessness support providers, policy makers, and
those with lived experience to focus on ending homelessness in Australia. AHURI
also expanded its event programming in 2018-19 with the introduction of the AHURI
Discussion Series—90 minute panel discussions based around the latest research, held
in a number of cities around Australia.
NATIONAL HOMELESSNESS CONFERENCE
820
96
23
delegates
speakers
sessions
20,000+
2,300
Twitter impressions
audience poll
responses
We look forward to a continuing relationship with AHURI…
as we work on the development of new planning policies that are
informed by the best thinking, the newest ideas
and the current realities that we’re measuring and
feeling on the ground here in Tasmania
Hon Roger Jaensch MP, Minister for Housing, Tasmania
Tuesday 4 December 2018 at the AHURI One-day conference —
Disrupting the housing market.
CASE STUDY: AHURI leads international study tour to Canada
The AHURI international study tour provided an immersive
opportunity for Australian housing policy makers and
researchers to learn from Canada’s policy and practice reforms.
Canada’s similar federated government structure, housing
system and Indigenous housing challenges provides interesting
parallels and lessons for Australian housing and homelessness
policy development. Study tour participants attended briefings
from senior government and community sector representatives
across Canada. The connections forged have helped foster
ongoing international links with leading housing policy officials.
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