Events

16 Sep 2020

Join us launching two reports on LGBTI older people, housing and homelessness in Victoria

20 Aug 2020

Our winter general meeting will discuss how people are dealing with the challenges they face during the coronavirus pandemic. Due to the pandemic, the meeting will not take place in person as usual. Instead we invite you to join us on Zoom using your telephone, tablet or computer.

4 Aug 2020

You are invited to the launch of two reports:

“At Risk: understanding the population size and demographics of older women at risk of homelessness in Australia”, commissioned by Social Ventures Australia, written by Dr Debbie Faulkner and Laurence Lester, University of Adelaide

“Older women in the private rental sector: unaffordable, substandard and insecure housing” by Dr Emma Power, Western Sydney University.

This event will be held on Zoom - Please Register and you will be emailed a link to access the meeting on the day prior to the event.

Brief presentations will be followed by Q&A.

30 Jun 2020

Help keep our beloved Community Radio Station online, on-point, and on the airwaves.

18 Jun 2020

This online panel discussion will allow local service providers to respond to an elder abuse case study informed by the current Covid-19 pandemic

15 Jun 2020

On World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, join Seniors Rights Victoria for a cuppa and be part of the campaign to end elder abuse

21 May 2020

Join our first ever online General Meeting! To keep people safe during coronavirus we won't be meeting at Ross House as usual, but you can phone in from the comfort of your own home.

23 Apr 2020

This Event has been postponed due to Corona Virus.

12 Mar 2020

Join us for morning tea at the Pacific Werribee Shopping Centre Plaza Library for a discussion on homelessness for older people in the community, and share some tips on affordable housing options for older people.

5 Mar 2020

Join us for the first meeting of the year - and Jeffs last meeting at HAAG. We'll hear from Jeff about the Ageing on the Edge Project research in Queensland, and Gemma about HAAG's submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Homelessness.

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