Unison continues to bring the housing affordability issue to light

Unison's CEO Jack Panton and Head of Strategy and Communications Sarah Toohey, recently featured across a number of media channels highighting the growing youth homelessness issue and the dire need for more affordable and permanent homes for people on low incomes.

Sarah Toohey was interviewed on the ABC Radio  John Faine program on April 18, Youth Homelessness Matters Day.

The Star Weekly Wyndham ran a feature on the fight against youth homelessness highlighting the issues in the west. The feature also highlghted the H3 Wyndham Alliance, a partnership project of which Unison is a part, funded by the State Government to provide more housing and support services for youth who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.

The ABC News story once again promotes the lack of affordable housing with Sarah Toohey noting social houisng makes up less than 5% of the Australian housing market.