Homelessness in Australia

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  • Homelessness In Australia

    Introduction Homelessness in Australia is the health issue that we have promoted in the school. The rate of homelessness in Australia is getting higher and higher. There are many reasons why homelessness in Australia was chosen to be the issue. Homeless people are people who need to have a home and proper clothes. There are many reasons why they have become homeless. People cannot judge homeless people because every person has a different story. The reflection will discuss what homelessness in Australia, is different promotion strategies to promote an issue, why homelessness was chosen and discussion of the results of the promotion. Homelessness in Australia Homelessness is the state of individuals without a permanent house or flat (Homelessness,…

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  • Homelessness In Australia Essay

    Every day in states across the Australia, homeless women, men and children walk the streets, often begging for money, carrying plastic bags or pushing shopping carts filled with what little personal possessions they own. It is hard to comprehend that in a country as affluent as Australia there is such a large amount of people in the community who do not have homes. But over the last couple of decade’s homelessness and poverty has become a serious issue in recent years due to the increase in…

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  • Indigenous Australian Criminal Justice System: A Case Study

    Professor, Tom Calma, stressed that, as 27% of the Australian prison population are Indigenous, it is important to consider possible underlying causes and catalysts for mental health issues. Research indicates the prevalence of foetal alcohol spectrum disorder (Fas-D), drug and alcohol abuse, exposure to trauma with high rates of poverty and homelessness for Indigenous Australians (Medhora, 2015). The Australian Medical Association (2015) proposes that it is possible to isolate particular…

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  • Essay On Oxfam

    Introduction Oxfam solves the problem that is causes of poverty at global, regional, national, local, community. Oxfam gets help from local organizations as they can help people in need when necessary. Link between Australia and Bangladesh Bangladesh is a country in South Central Asia.The country has the population of 169 million with an area of 147,000 square kilometers which makes it one of the world's most densely populated countries.Australia among was the first countries to recognize…

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  • Cultural Inclusiveness

    have several months of gentle transitioning, preparing them for this new stage in their life’s journey. They will have spent time, learning how to behave in a socially acceptable manner, be well versed in manners, hygiene and the Australian way of life, their own cultural practices Bowes, Grace, and Hodge, (2012), p. 8, para. 1. On entering their Primary School they will have built a sense of self, sense of home, sense of confidence for themselves and in their learning environments…

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  • Explain Why Are People Homeless In The Lucky Country

    Why are people homeless in ‘The Lucky Country’? Discuss the factors that can contribute to youth homelessness in Australia. A shameful question we ask of ourselves is ‘Why are people homeless in our ‘lucky’ country’? People assume homeless people are only homeless because they are substance abusers, for many that is not the case. In fact there are a staggering number of other factors that can cause people to leave their homes. Points such as the factors, the age of those that are on the streets…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of South Sudanese Refugees

    The research examined the challenges facing South Sudanese members, which has created the dislocation of so many of their family members to other cities in Australia. The essentials of South Sudanese culture, language and South Sudanese experience as refugees in settlement have also been discussed concisely. The research has reviewed in order to highlight the effects of trauma, stress and frustration from war zone alteration and to show how resettlement in Australia has affected the refugees.…

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  • Childhood Homelessness Analysis

    Childhood Homelessness This analysis will explore the problem of homelessness and specifically the complications it presents for homeless children and youth - the hidden homeless. Homelessness has been a problem throughout history. Until the late 1970’s homelessness was associated with “transiency, vagrancy, vagabond, and disaffiliation with the mainstream society” (Mizrahi & Davis, 2008). With the passage of the McKinney-Vento Homeless Act of 1987 a clear definition was adopted. Within…

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  • Essay On Woolloongabba Population

    is higher than the averages of both Queensland and Australia alone, 51-53 percentile. In terms of the Indigenous population, 1.2% of Woolloongabba's population is Indigenous. AS of the 2016 census, there are 21.21 people situated in one hectare. Dominant age groups within this suburb include 25-34-year-olds (29%) and over 60 years old with a percentage of 11.5%. Citizens living in this suburb obtain an educational level of bachelor degree or higher, 33.2%, no qualification, 34.3% and vocational…

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  • Mental Illness In Australia

    2005). According to Hassan (as cited in Tatz, 2005), the destruction of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s culture as well as their self-identity, is a leading contributor to mental health issues among the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Hassan (as cited in Tatz, 2005), explains that this destruction of their culture and self-identity, has not only done irreversible damage, it has emphasised “a sense of anomie, hopelessness, despair and depression all of which have…

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