Community housing tenants : results from the 2007 National Social Housing Survey. /
Contributor(s): Lloyd, Jonas | Anderson, PhilSeries: Australian Institute of Health and Welfare [electronic resource]Publisher: Canberra, A.C.T. Australian Institute of Health and Welfare 2008Description: HTMLSubject(s): Community Housing | Rental Housing | Landlord And Tenant | Labour Supply | Hard-core Unemployed | Workforce Barriers | Long Term Unemployed | Disadvantaged Groups | Australian Institute Of Health And Welfare (aihw)DDC classification: INTERNET
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"Community housing is rental housing that is managed by non-profit community-based organisations such as local government, religious and charity groups. It provides a range of safe, secure, affordable and appropriate rental housing options for those whose needs are less able to be met by the private sector. A snapshot of those residing in community housing is conducted every 2 years through the National Social Housing Survey (NSHS). This bulletin uses data from the NSHS to provide a profile of community housing tenants. It goes on to explore the issues of tenant workforce participation and tenant housing pathways." -- Publication.