The New South Wales Government says it’s had a ‘miraculous’ turn around when it comes to getting homeless people off the streets, and into housing in Sydney.
The change in fortune is, in part, thanks to a political-protest staged in the city last year.
More than 70 rough sleepers set up camp in Sydney’s Martin Place last year, demanding better housing and support services for the vulnerable.
The Department of Family and Community Services says that movement prompted it to listened and changed how it does things.
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