17 Dec 2020

Despite not being able to meet in person, we can still let our hair down and par- ty, celebrating the end of a very long year! Come with your most festive hair arrangement or head-wear, and join in the trivia quiz starting at 11:30.

19 Nov 2020

HAAG’s first ever online Annual General Meeting is coming up on Thursday the 19th of November at 11am

16 Nov 2020

Older women are the fastest growing group of homeless people in Australia. Kobi from HAAG will be speaking alongside Shadow Government Ministers at this online forum.

10 Nov 2020

Older women were already the fastest growing cohort of the homeless before COVID struck. There is now a very real concern that many will never work again. This has not been helped by a significant lack of explicit policy measures in the recent budget to invest in sectors employing women and those over 50.

16 Sep 2020

Over 100 people attended the online launch two reports on LGBTI older people, housing and homelessness in Victoria. Watch the presentation here!

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