Will the Crowding Be Over or Will There Still Be Overcrowding in Indigenous Housing?: Lessons from the Housing for Health Projects 1985-2010

Will the Crowding Be Over or Will There Still Be Overcrowding in Indigenous Housing?: Lessons from the Housing for Health Projects 1985-2010 Journal Article

Developing Practice: The Child, Youth and Family Work Journal

  • Author(s): Pholeros, Paul
  • Published: 2010
  • ISBN: 1445-6818

Abstract: The issue of overcrowding in Indigenous housing in Australia and its impact on health is discussed in the context of the 'Housing for Health' projects, 1985-2010. It is argued that building more houses will not necessarily guarantee an improvement in Indigenous Australians' health. A combination of additional homes and proper functioning of existing houses as set out in the National Indigenous Housing Guide is necessary.

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Pholeros, Paul, 2010, Will the Crowding Be Over or Will There Still Be Overcrowding in Indigenous Housing?: Lessons from the Housing for Health Projects 1985-2010, Journal Article, viewed 16 August 2022, https://www.nintione.com.au/?p=3032.

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