In 2024, Everybody’s Home will convene Australia’s first People’s Commission into the Housing Crisis.

What is the People’s Commission?

The People’s Commission is an opportunity for individuals and organisations across Australia to contribute to a national conversation about the housing crisis, its impacts and what can be done to fix it. 

Why is it important?

The People’s Commission will provide a platform for everyday people to share their story about how the housing crisis is impacting them and their community. This is our opportunity to put real people in front of decision-makers to ensure meaningful action is taken.

What happens next?

Between March – May, Commissioners will review submissions and draft a report summarising the key findings. The Commission will then culminate in a series of in-person hearings, where members of the community will be invited to share their story directly with Commissioners and the media. 

How can I get involved?

Any individual or organisation impacted by the housing crisis can make a submission via the form on our website. Submissions will be collated and synthesised to inform the final report, and a number of individuals will be invited to share their evidence directly with Commissioners.