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Homelessness soars in our biggest cities, driven by rising inequality since 2001

  • Homelessness has increased greatly in Australian capital cities since 2001.

Almost two-thirds of people experiencing homelessness are in these cities, with much of the growth associated with severely crowded dwellings and rough sleeping.

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  • The Conversation

Homelessness in major cities, especially severe crowding, has risen disproportionately in areas with a shortage of affordable private rental housing and higher median rents.

Severe crowding is also strongly associated with weak labour markets and poorer areas with a…

These are some of the key findings of our Australian Housing and…

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