13 May 2022

Housing for the Aged Action Group and Older Womens Network NSW are pleased to invite you to a national online candidate forum focused on policy responses to address older women’s homelessness.

10 May 2022

 At this federal election, its time to put older people’s housing back on the top of the political parties agendas. HAAG members and Supporters are invited to find out more about how you can be involved in the election campaign.

27 Mar 2022

This discussion at MPavillion will address the questions of what factors have placed older women at risk of homelessness, and what can we do to help. It will unpack the issues and policies that have created this crisis and outline pathways for advocacy and action.

11 Mar 2022

Join Guest Orator, Yumi Stynes, and FUSE Curator-in-Residence, Queen Acknowledgements, for a dual celebration: the work of social justice advocate, Molly Hadfield OAM, and the opening of FUSE Autumn 2022. Held annually, The Oration celebrates the work of grassroots campaigner and HAAG founder, Molly Hadfield OAM.

8 Mar 2022

At every age we all should be able to live in affordable, stable and securing housing. Yet older women are one of the fastest growing population group experiencing insecure housing and homelessness.

As part of International Women’s Day, Dr Kathleen Brasher, Executive Officer Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership, will host a conversation that explores the drivers of insecure housing for older women and how we can ensure that women remain in stable, appropriate housing as they age.

8 Mar 2022

Inspiring talks to #breakthebias by Writer & Comedian Justine Sless, Women Working Together, Random Acts of Exercise and Housing for the Aged Action Group.

7 Mar 2022

With over 400,000 women over the age of 45 at risk of homelessness, the provision of affordable, long-term housing for women is vital to prevent even more older women from falling into homelessness. On the other hand, younger women are finding it more difficult to secure a foothold in the Australian dream of owning a home.

This situation has to change, and with the upcoming federal election, now is the time to understand the connection between housing and gender equality; and why without affordable, long-term housing, women will continue to lag behind.

7 Mar 2022

This event will bring together a round table discussion with key figures who are working to address the issue of homelessness across many fields in Australia. The aim is to pinpoint practical strategies and alliances that will move forward to solutions grounded in lived experience.

17 Feb 2022

Our first General Meeting the year will focus on HAAG's mobilisation for the federal election campaign 2022. We'll also discuss the latest from the Victorian Social Housing Regulation Review.

8 Dec 2021

Please join us for the HAAG Volunteers End of Year Christmas Lunch!