Our Work


As a peak body, we love to bring the sector together to learn and network about best practice responses to homelessness. We run and contribute to a range of the sectors virtual and face to face events throughout the year that we welcome you to join in. You can browse through recent events below.



FHA Disruptive Innovation Event with Michele Adair

clock Wednesday, 14 September 2022

pin Wesley Conference Centre, 220 Pitt Street, Sydney

Join us at the Wesley Mission Conference Centre, Sydney to network with colleagues and hear Michele Adair, Chair of CHIA NSW and CEO of Housing Trust Wollongong speak on transformative advocacy as a building block for change.

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National Homelessness Conference

clock 8 - 10 August 2022

pin Canberra and Online

AHURI, in partnership with Homelessness Australia convene the National Homelessness Conference 2022. The Conference returns as a face-to-face event in 2022 – to be held in Canberra, while also offering a virtual option for delegates unable to travel to the nation’s capital. The Conference will be held from Monday 8 to Wednesday 10 August at the National Convention Centre Canberra and will build on the important lessons learned from the 2018 conference in Melbourne and the 2020 virtual event.

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IWD Forum: COVID-19 and barriers to access for temporary visa holders

clock March 9, 2021

pin Zoom online meeting

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted systemic barriers to temporary visa holders accessing social services including housing and homelessness supports in Australia.

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The Industry Partnership Sector Network Meeting (Webinar)

clock 21/7/2021

pin Zoom online meeting

You're invited to the next Industry Partnership SHS Sector Network Meeting on Wednesday 21 July 2021 at 9:00am-10:30am. Find out who's speaking and how to register below!

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National Homelessness Conference 2020: ‘The year that changed homelessness’

clock 2020

pin Online meeting

This two day virtual event run by AHURI examined the impacts on our sector from the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic as well as the catastrophic climate disasters of last summer.

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