A National Analysis of Strategies Used to Respond to Indigenous Itinerants and Public Place Dwellers Principal AERC Staff:
Assoc Prof Paul Memmott, Stephen Long and Catherine Chambers
[Refer to the 'Who We Are - Staff Profiles'
section of this website for more details about the people listed above.] Project Brief/Description:
This research produced a monograph that provides a national overview of local strategies being used to address the needs and problems of homeless and itinerant Indigenous Australians, many of whom are living in public places. The analysis focuses primarily on people whose situation places them in the category of experiencing ‘primary homelessness’. This 2002 research project was funded by a grant from the Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services. Reports and Publications:
Memmott, P., Long, S. & Chambers, C. 2002 A National Analysis of Strategies Used to Respond to Indigenous Itinerants and Public Place Dwellers.
Memmott, P. 2003 "Practice Responses to Indigenous Public Place Dwelling and Homelessness." Parity, No. 9, Vol. 16, pp. 11-13.
Memmott, P. 2002 "Responses to Indigenous People Living in Public Spaces." Parity, January, No. 1, Vol. 15, pp. 11-13.