At Risk: Older Women facing Homelessness in Australia - launching two reports detailing the burning issue of 405,000 older women at risk homelessness and the challenges many of them face living in the private rental sector. Watch the presentations from the event here

An open letter calling on the government to address the urgent situation concerning homeless people sleeping rough and COVID-19.

HAAG was shocked at reports of a “hard lockdown” being enforced by police on public housing tenants in Flemington and North Melbourne on Saturday.  This response was inappropriate and stigmatized low income, mostly migrant Victorians, many of whom have English as a second language.

Today HAAG released a report showing the extent of the housing crisis for older Victorians. Written by Dr Debbie Faulkner from the University of South Australia, it combines census data with data from Specialist Homelessness Services to closely examine the housing circumstances of people aged 55+ in Victoria.


Our social media quiz questions the governments priorities investing $688 million in the "HomeBuilder" home renovation scheme, rather than investing in public, affordable housing.

Many retirement housing residents have questions about their rights in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, so we put this factsheet together to answer some of the most common ones.

The coronavirus is having a huge impact on many aspects of our lives, including our housing. HAAG is actively lobbying government for better protections for older renters during the pandemic, and your feedback will help us make sure we have the best information about older people’s housing needs right now. Take the survey now