Our research into families and homelessness has shown that a lack of affordable housing and low income support are two main drivers of family homelessness in Australia. In collaboration with Swinburne, we’ve completed research into families and homelessness, building on a long and important history of research into this area.
In 2013 we completed work to find out about fathers experiencing homelessness and the role this plays in them being able to see their children. We’ve also looked at the ways in which fathers’ experiences of homelessness impacts on their parenting abilities.
- Fighting for My Family: A Longitudinal Study of Families Experiencing Homelessness (July 2013) Read more
- More Than Just Me: Supporting Fathers Who Are Homeless (August 2011) Read more
- Home First: A Longitudinal Study of Outcomes for Families Who Have Experienced Homelessness Final Report (July 2004) Read more
- Kicking Into the Wind: A Longitudinal Study of Outcomes for Families Who Have Experienced Homelessness (May 2003) Read more
- Hanover Family Outcomes Study: Profile of Participating Families and Their Experiences of Homelessness First Report (August 2001) Read more
- Gambling the Home Away (June 2001) Read more