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Housing and Indigenous people living with a disability: lived experiences of housing and community infrastructure

Policy Online (29.2.16) carries a link to an Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute report, investigating the experieces of Indigenous people living with disabilities and their access to appropriate housing through the NDIS.

‘This research aims to shed much needed light on the nexus between lived experiences of disability and housing among Indigenous Australians in order to inform how the NDIS could best meet the needs of this overlooked group within the population.’

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