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20 September 2021

OUR MOB 2021 Emerging Artist Prize Winner Announced

Kaurna, Narungga artist Jay Milera was announced the winner of the $5,000 Don Dunstan Foundation OUR MOB Emerging Artist...

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31 March 2021

Adelaide Zero Project Impact Report released

Four years after developing a ground-breaking programme with a coalition of partners to reduce rough sleeping in Adelaide’s inner...

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21 December 2020

Adelaide Zero Project milestone – over 500 South Australians housed

Through the collective efforts of partners in the Adelaide Zero Project, including government agencies, over five hundred South Australians...

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16 November 2020

A new phase for the Adelaide Zero Project

The Don Dunstan Foundation will transition the Adelaide Zero Project backbone function towards a new community-led structure by the...

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19 October 2020

Thinkers in Residence launch Social Capital Residencies final report

The Don Dunstan Foundation’s Thinkers in Residence program has published a new report on how to build a more...

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21 September 2020

Adelaide Zero Project meets monthly housing milestone

Despite the enormous challenges of COVID-19, Adelaide’s homelessness rate is going down with more people housed than coming into...

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11 September 2020

SALA winner keen to continue artistic impact

Written by Lili Rose. This year’s winner of the SALA Don Dunstan Foundation Award is inspiring textile artist, Makeda...

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28 August 2020

Congratulations Baroness Louise Casey!

Written by Edward McLeish Queen Elizabeth II has elevated 2017 Don Dunstan Orator Dame Louise Casey to the title...

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4 August 2020

Working together to prevent homelessness: Developing the Health, Housing and Homelessness Papers

Housing and health outcomes are intrinsically linked, and addressing these issues collectively is pivotal to preventing homelessness. Through a...

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30 July 2020

SA’s creative thinkers stick together amid pandemic.

Written by Edward McLeish Socially, culturally, politically and economically, it’s been a tough time for South Australia’s arts industry....

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