We Are Here is a moving collection of creativity from people who have known homelessness.
Performance poet Saoirse Nash reflects on inequality and housing affordability in her latest piece, City of Sirens.
Housing affordability in Australia is reaching crisis point.
What if you were suddenly homeless, living on $2 a day? Would you survive the streets of Melbourne? Bec Bridges talks to Luke Robson about his documentary “No Right Turn”.
22-year-old Chris is young and talented, with a keen sense of humour and an adventurous spirit. He is also homeless. Hear his story as told by Right Now columnist Sylvie Leber.
Michael Green writes about his neighbour “Danny”, who instead of a house, has a street to call home.
Joo-Cheong Tham warns against the expectation of “magic bullets” in tackling complex rights issues, in an article originally published in Right Now Magazine.
This story by Laura McPhee-Browne was shortlisted for Right Now’s Fiction Competition, judged by Anna Funder and Tony Birch.
Short fiction from Laura McPhee-Browne, shortlisted for the Right Now Poetry and Fiction Competition, judged by Anna Funder and Tony Birch.
The Footpath Library has been making books more accessible to the homeless for a decade. Alexandra Hurley spoke to founder Sarah Garnett.