Domestic Violence Research
Shelter SA You Tube Videos – Tips for finding a rental property
SA produces regular You Tube videos which showcase its work, useful guides, current housing issues and other housing and homelessness information. You can view all of our videos via this link: Shelter SA Video Gallery. Please subscribe to our channel. If your organisation would like to participate in our video productions, please don’t hesitate to contact us at Shelter SA to discuss how you can get involved!
Our video “How to Find a Rental Home” is a helpful resource designed to assist people who are looking to rent – whether a first time tenant or someone who already rents but is looking to move. We’ve also provided useful websites and links in the “Show More” drop down box on the You Tube site. We invite you to watch the video and urge you to share with your networks too! You can also download Shelter SA’s four simple guides to assist people who are wanting to rent or are in the rental market. Each guide provides basic information and helpful tips. Click on the links below to access each of the guides or visit our website at www.sheltersa.asn.au and click on the Publications tab.
- Where to Look for a Rental Property
- Applying for a Rental Property
- How to be a Good Tenant
- How to Find a Share House
1800RESPECT.org.au – ‘The Personal Safety Survey: What the data can tell us’
Media – Wei Li Story by Simon Royal 7.30 SA ABC News & Current Affairs http://www.abc.net.au/news/programs/australia-wide/
Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety Limited (ANROWS)
This ANROWS research project provides substantial additional analysis of data collected in the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ (ABS) 2012 Personal Safety Survey (PSS).
Article – Coalition to reassess homeless funding to support domestic violence victims
Written by Shalailah Medhora published Wednesday 25 November 2015 , this article discusses how the Coalition is looking at how to apply the most effective funding measures for homeless and domestic violence victims.
Article – Mental health reforms could help address increasing rates of homelessness, says Health Minister
By political reporter Stephanie Anderson published Friday 11 December 2015, this article explains how the Government’s mental health reforms could help address the increasing rate of homelessness amongst sufferers.
Things that inspire us
Today I Rise
This short film is so powerful and inspirational — the message speaks to the challenges many of our clients face.