Responding To Indigenous Homelessness Edition Of Parity - Call For Contributions
We're calling for contributions to the Te Matapihi co-sponsored September 2016 edition of Parity "Responding to Indigenous Homelessness in Australia and New Zealand"
Indigenous people in both Australia and New Zealand people experience homelessness at rates that far exceeds their representation both in the population as a whole and also as a proportion of all people experiencing homelessness.
Indigenous homelessness is framed as a significant ongoing and continually redefined “problem” for government, policy makers and service providers in both countries.
Whilst the Indigenous peoples of Australia and New Zealand differ in their experiences of homelessness, there are commonalities established through shared experiences of ongoing colonisation and dispossession.
This edition of Parity is dedicated to the examination and discussion of the various policy and practice responses to Indigenous homelessness in Australia and New Zealand, what these responses have in common, where they differ and what can be learned from each other.
Contributing to this edition of Parity
Deadline: All contributions need to be submitted by COB Friday September 16th 2016.
Submissions: All contributions should be submitted as Word attachments to an email addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Word length: Contributions can be up to 1,600 words. This equates to a double page spread in Parity. Single page articles can be up to 800 words in length. Contributions of a greater length should be discussed with the Parity Editor.
Use of content: If your contribution is accepted, it will be published by or on CHP’s behalf in an edition of the Paritymagazine. Parity is available in hard copy and online. Online copies of back editions of Parity can be found here.
Questions: If you have any questions at all about contributing to this edition please contact the Parity Editor by email email@example.com or ring 03 8415 6201
Parity is the national publication of the Council to Homeless Persons (CHP) (see www.chp.org.au). CHP, Victoria’s peak homelessness advocacy body, was founded in 1972 and it publication Parity has been published continuously since 1988. Parity became a national publication in 1998 and each year ten editions are produced, usually between February and November. Each edition of Parity is devoted to the examination and discussion of one of the key themes and issues in the wider discourse of homelessness and in particular, to the policy and service responses to homelessness.