An on Going Crisis


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Episode of Series “A Place of Your Own”.
This tape looks at the role of government in meeting youth housing needs. The main thrust of government policy has been to fund youth refuges. In Canberra, community pressure has led to the establishment of two initiatives - Ainslie Village - a community self-help enterprise and the Group Housing Scheme, which gives access to subsidised government housing to groups of young people

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