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Third report in ‘Aftershock’ series launches

The Aftershock report series on housing security by Impact Economics and Policy, commissioned by Homelessness NSW, NCOSS, and Community Housing Industry Association NSW, reveals 54,000 NSW households have entered or experienced worsening housing stress since COVID, with increasing homelessness to cost the NSW economy up to $2.5 billion over six years.

Read more about why social housing, tenancy reforms and rental assistance are needed to reduce the costs and impact of the pandemic and recent disasters.

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NSW Peak Social Services Groups push for measures to support the most vulnerable during COVID lockdown

July 12, 2021

NCOSS, Homelessness NSW and the Tenants Union of NSW have written to Premier Berejiklian and Treasurer Perrottet asking them to advocate for a range of key initiatives with the Federal Government including reinstatement of JobSeeker and JobKeeper and have asked the State Government to reintroduce the eviction moratorium and financial support for renters to support people at risk of homelessness due to the latest COVID-19 outbreak.

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