Public opinion is an important component of creating the policy environment needed to address homelessness, and shifting public perception is vital in influencing public policy and legislative change.
Public Perceptions of Homelessness: Quantitative Research Report (2006)
This report summarises the key findings from a study into public perceptions of homelessness. Hanover Welfare Services with Forethought Research and Maurice Blackburn Cashman.
- Attitudes to Homelessness in Australia (2011)
- Understanding Public Perceptions and Attitudes to Homelessness in Australia Presentation (July 2009)
- Public Perceptions and Attitudes to Homelessness Presentation (July 2008)