Western Australian Alliance to End Homelessness Dashboard

In the spirit of reconciliation, CSI UWA acknowledges that their operations are situated on Noongar land, and that the Noongar people remain the spiritual and cultural custodians of their land, and continue to practise their values, languages, beliefs, and knowledge. We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea, and community. We pay our respect to their elders and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Authors and contact information
Prof Paul Flatau Paul.Flatau@uwa.edu.au
Dr Leanne Lester Leanne.Lester@uwa.edu.au
Dr Michael Kyron Michael.Kyron@uwa.edu.au

Address for Correspondence
Professor Paul Flatau
Centre for Social Impact
The University of Western Australia
Business School
The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley, WA, 6009 Australia

Suggested Citation: Flatau P., Lester L., Kyron M. (2022). The Western Australian Alliance to End Homelessness Outcomes Measurement Framework: Dashboard 2022. Version 4.0. July 2022.
Keywords: homelessness, Western Australia, outcomes framework, outcomes measurement, evaluation

Centre for Social Impact
The Centre for Social Impact (CSI) is a national research and education centre dedicated to catalysing social change for a better world. CSI is built on the foundation of four of Australia’s leading universities: UNSW Sydney, The University of Western Australia, Flinders University and Swinburne University of Technology. Our research develops and brings together knowledge to understand current social challenges and opportunities; our postgraduate and undergraduate education develops social impact leaders; and we aim to catalyse change by drawing on these foundations and translating knowledge, creating leaders, developing usable resources, and reaching across traditional divides to facilitate collaborations.

The authors acknowledge the assistance of Western Australian homelessness agencies in preparing this report. The authors also drew on material from policy documents, public reports, and media publications.
The authors wish to acknowledge the funding of the study by The Sisters of St John of God Ministries and The West Australian Alliance to End Homelessness without which the study would not have been possible.

The opinions in this report reflect the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Centre for Social Impact, UWA, The Sisters of St John of God Ministries or The West Australian Alliance to End Homelessness.