We advocate for a gender-responsive approach to housing and homelessness policy in Australia. Placing a gender lens on housing policy will more effectively address the structural disadvantages experienced by women broadly, as well as specific groups of women facing housing insecurity and unaffordability such as older women, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women, and women who have experienced domestic and family violence.

We also regularly engage media on issues relating to women’s homelessness and housing affordability, which you can read about in our News section.