03.07.2019Open Mind Forum Social Infrastructure gap in housing

On Wednesday 3 July, Committee for Melbourne, in conjunction with Australian Unity and Summer Foundation, hosted an Open Mind Forum on considering how ‘social infrastructure gaps’ can be addressed into the future and the benefits to the community through sharing leading-edge examples of supporting Australians who are older or have a disability to live at the center of Melbourne’s communities.

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