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*** MEDIA ALERT *** Homelessness crisis on show with origami homes on Vic parliament steps

Council to Homeless Persons < 1 mins read

Who: Council to Homeless Persons Chief Executive Officer Deborah Di Natale; Joal Presincula, who has experienced homelessness

What: Thousands of origami homes being displayed at parliament to show the scale of Victoria’s homelessness crisis

When: Wednesday August 2, 1pm - 2pm

Where: Victorian Parliament House steps, Spring St, Melbourne


Contact details:

Georgie Moore

georgie@hortonadvisory.com.au

0477 779 928

Matt Coughlan

matt@hortonadvisory.com.au

0400 561 480

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