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The generous support of our sponsors makes such an incredible difference to our capacity to provide you all with a challenging and engaging conference. We’re grateful to have so many enthusiastic sponsors on board and it’s brilliant to see organisations supporting #NHCSydney at all levels. One company taking the opportunity to partner with NHC is […]

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Award winning author joins a strong line-up of leading experts We’re pleased to announce that Walkley Award winning author, journalist and documentary-maker George Megalogenis is joining the NHC program as a keynote speaker to close out the first day of the National Housing Conference. With more than three decades’ experience in the Australian media, including […]

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Real reform requires cross sectoral leadership and at #NHCSydney we are pleased to have political and public sector leaders, senior not-for-profit voices, private sector experts and the foremost academics in housing, homelessness and urban research. Political leaders Hon Michael Sukkar MP, Federal Assistant Minister to the Treasurer – Australian Housing Policy – the latest from […]

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The countdown is on – there are just 5 weeks left until #NHCSydney! As the largest cross-sectoral housing meeting in Australasia, the biennial National Housing Conference is a must attend event for housing industry specialists. Over three days, the conference will showcase the whole of the affordable housing continuum and offer delegates a vital opportunity […]

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Assistant Minister to the Treasurer joins a strong line-up of political leaders AHURI is pleased to announce that Hon. Michael Sukkar MP, Assistant Minister to the Treasurer, will deliver a keynote address at the 2017 National Housing Conference during the plenary session on Friday 1 December at the International Convention Centre, Sydney. Minister Sukkar, who has responsibility […]

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A number of leading housing experts will share their international perspectives and exchange knowledge with Australian delegates in Sydney next month. “Whether in Australia or the United States, people become homeless for many of the same reasons. Housing, affordability, and poverty are all root causes,” says Gail Gilman, CEO, Community Housing Partnership, San Francisco USA. […]

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In a program replete with engaging and challenging sessions, we are pleased to provide NHC delegates with a host of entertainment and relaxation options to enhance the Conference experience. We’re thrilled to announce that a variety of creative and talented artists and practitioners have joined the National Housing Conference 2017. The Sydney Street Choir brings their […]

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Embracing innovation in the housing sector is a key focus of The National Housing Conference 2017.  The Conference will feature practitioners and policymakers at the forefront of new approaches and best practice. Programs that promote community-wide collaboration and involvement can make a significant difference to helping people who are experiencing homelessness. The Collaboration, culture and […]

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Increasing the supply of affordable housing is a key area for Australian policy makers. Research shows a shortfall of at least 271,000 rental homes available and affordable to low income households in 2011, and this is likely to have become worse since then. The NHC will present a range of sessions to explore new and innovative ways […]

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The number of households in the not-for-profit community housing sector over the last 10 years has more than doubled (35,667 in 2008 to 74,220 in 2016, a 108% increase). With such rapid growth the sector is becoming an even more important part of providing housing for households on low incomes. How can the sector continue […]