Remote Indigenous Energy Program
The Australian Government has a comprehensive plan to move Australia to a clean energy future.
Indigenous Home Ownership – Select Council on Housing and Homelessness
On 28 March 2013, Housing Ministers from all jurisdictions agreed to work together to improve Indigenous home ownership outcomes in both established housing markets and on Indigenous land in order to progress policy outcomes under the COAG National Affordable Housing Agreement.
National Indigenous Infrastructure Guide - 2010
The National Indigenous Infrastructure Guide
Remote Indigenous Housing Program Municipal and Essential Services Guidelines 2009-2012, - 2010
These guidelines provide the framework for the implementation and administration of the Remote Indigenous Housing Program.
Strategic Indigenous Housing Infrastructure Program (SIHIP): Post Review Assessment (PRA) - 2010
A Post Review Assessment (PRA) was commissioned by the Australian Government to report against the recommendations made in the Review and to advise on issues relevant to achieving the SIHIP targets.
Strategic Indigenous Housing and Infrastructure Program (SIHIP) – Review of Program Performance - 2009
SIHIP is part of the arrangement in the Northern Territory under the National Partnership Agreement on Remote Indigenous Housing agreed at the Council of Australian Governments (COAG)
Living in the Sunburnt Country: Findings of the Review of the Community Housing and Infrastructure Program (CHIP) - 2007
These programmes were designed to meet the housing needs of Indigenous people unable to access mainstream public housing programmes, the private rental market or purchase their own home.
National Indigenous Housing Guide - 2007
The third edition of the National Indigenous Housing Guide, a practical resource to support the planning, development, design, construction and maintenance of Indigenous housing.
Indigenous Homelessness within Australia - 2006
This paper brings together academic research, factual information and the views and opinions of Indigenous Australians touched by homelessness.
National Family Homelessness Project: A Longitudinal Research Project on Aboriginal Homelessness in Perth, Western Australia - 2004
The project aimed to identify the effectiveness of existing support services and accommodation options, examine alternative pathways to avoid future homelessness, and to link people to accommodation supports as needed.
Waarvah Project Evaluation: final report - 2004
The project's aim is to prevent Indigenous young people from becoming homeless by developing and providing appropriate information and education including cultural field activities, basic living skills, support in accessing services, and cultural links.
A National Analysis of Strategies Used to Respond to Indigenous Itinerants and Public Place Dwellers - 2003
This research monograph provides a national overview of local strategies being used to address the needs and problems of homeless and itinerant Indigenous Australians who are living in public places.
Content Updated: 30 April 2013