Parity analysis of SA homelessness
This month’s edition of Parity magazine takes a special look at South Australia’s response to homelessness.
Why are women and children in regional South Australia hurting behind closed doors? How are young mothers being caught in cycles of violence? Why is the clock ticking for young people living in transitional housing? These are some of the issues explored by Centacare in the November edition of Parity magazine. The national publication of the Council to Homeless Persons, Parity is this month dedicated to South Australia’s response to homelessness. We chose to focus on domestic violence, and how this continues to drive homelessness for women and children across the country. Director, Dale West, also contributed an opinion editorial calling on the community to challenge men’s violent behaviour by asking questions of the perpetrator rather than the victims.