Making Sense Of Australia’s Growing Homelessness Problem

When the Australian Bureau of Statistics announces that 116,427 people are homeless, it can be easy to get lost in numbers. But every single one of those numbers is a person who doesn’t have a safe place to sleep tonight.

Big Issue editor Amy Hetherington looks at what the latest census figures on homelessness actually mean. It’s a fantastic story that everybody should read.

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