The Australasian Housing Institute co-hosted an Aboriginal Housing Masterclass with NSW Aboriginal Housing Office (AHO).
More than 60 participants from both remote and urban areas of Australia attended the 2 day event in Adelaide.
We heard from a diverse range of practitioners, CEO’s, program managers, and architects from the community, not-for-profits, for-profits, and government agencies. The speakers were passionate advocates for best practice and generously shared their knowledge and experience from many corners of the globe.
Participants heard about the successes and failures from the past as well as new and innovative approaches for the future around engagement with communities, design, planning, and the logistics of remote communities.
The Master Class was an opportunity to bring leaders from the Aboriginal Housing sector together to share information, highlight national and international learnings and address some of the big issues facing the community.
This was the 3rd Aboriginal Housing Master Class and the participants now have a wider network of likeminded professionals to touch base with, as well as new ideas to take back to their organisations and communities of interest.
Chief Executive Officer, Westside Housing Association
SA AHI Director