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Homelessness Crisis

Monday 24th June / presented by Andy Snelling

The Greens have launched an ambitious plan to end homelessness.

Over 105,000 people go without a home on any given night in Australia and over 18,000 of those are children under the age of 12 - and these numbers have been on the rise since 2006.

The Greens have devised a spending plan to combat the problem of homelessness in Australia - by 2020.

Homelessness Australia research and policy officer Jennifer Clark joined Andy Snelling  to look at the Greens Homelessness Action Plan…

The Greens plan to end homelessness in Australia by the year 2020 is underway.

It’s a bold and ambitious plan and we're sure you'd like to hear the national view of it.

Now to examine the merits and challenges of the plan on a local level - Community Housing Coalition Executive Officer Barry Doyle is with Andy Snelling…

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