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People’s Commission into the Housing Crisis 

The final day of hearings for Australia’s first People’s Commission into the Housing Crisis, convened by Everybody’s Home, will be held on Tuesday, 25 June.

The online hearings will address:

  • Housing and First Nations communities

  • Impacts on regional and remote communities

  • Climate safe housing

  • Recommendations for government action

WHO: 

  • Commissioner Doug Cameron (former Labor Senator for NSW) 

  • Commissioner Prof Nicole Gurran (University of Sydney housing expert)

  • Members of the public sharing their stories of housing stress and instability

  • Economists and housing experts

  • Everybody’s Home spokesperson Maiy Azize 

 

WHEN: Tuesday 25 June (from 10 am).

WHERE: The hearings will be livestreamed. To access, please register here

 

Please note: Interviews with specific speakers can be arranged on request. Journalists are welcome to listen in, report on, and quote speakers for all sessions. Publishing footage, pictures or audio from the live stream is not permitted.

 

Day 3: Tuesday 25 June

 

  • 1000 - Opening remarks

  • 1015 - Housing and First Nations communities

  • 1130 - Impacts on regional and remote communities

  • 1300 - Climate safe housing

  • 1430 - Recommendations for government action

  • 1530 - Recommendations for government action

  • 1630 - Closing remarks

Learn more about the online hearings here.

Media contact: Georgie Moore 0477 779 928

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