New AHURI research being successful in social housing


Being ‘successful’ in social housing may mean staying

New research seeks to understand pathways into, within, and out of social housing tenancies.

13 March 2020

Government policies that define a tenant’s experience in social housing over time as ‘successful’ if they leave and ‘unsuccessful’ if they stay, can lead to poor outcomes, new AHURI research reveals.

The research, ‘Social housing exit points, outcomes and future pathways: an administrative data analysis’, was undertaken for AHURI by researchers from the University of Adelaide and uses long term data to explore the entry and exit patterns of Australians who are living in, or have lived in, social housing.

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