The Constellation Project is an independent organisation that drives multi-sector collaboration with those directly impacted by homelessness to deliver smart solutions.
We exist to increase the supply of safe, affordable homes for people in Australia on low to moderate incomes.
We also develop accessible pathways that help people to exit homelessness or avoid it in the first place.
Developing solutions with those who know
Our project brings those directly impacted by homelessness together with services, business, government and academia to inform change. Lived experience voices and insights are core to our approach to systems change. Constellation aims to make sure that the diverse insights of people with lived experience are present at all levels of our organisation, from the board, through the executive team, into the project teams and across all our events and workshops.
First Nations Led
The Constellation Project is committed to pursuing the housing needs and interests of First Nations peoples and having their insights cut across all of our efforts.
It's all about long term impact.
To successfully end homelessness in a generation, we must completely change the system that produces it to begin with. Each project is a step towards this, as we leverage collaboration across sectors to produce feasible plans, models and strategies for implementation.
What we do
right skills and backgrounds to discover and test solutions
that work towards ending homelessness.
View our projects
multi-sector network of 2000 Individuals
Devoted to tackling the fundamental causes of homelessness in Australia.
Dynamic Housing Approach
Devised a feasibility model aimed at amplifying the availability of social housing. Successfully implemented in Tasmania, leading to a noteworthy doubling of social housing.
Mobilised multi-sector teams of volunteers who generously contribute their time to explore and amplify solutions to homelessness.
Facilitated the creation and funding of a pilot program targeted at providing essential housing for women and children experiencing Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) in Queensland.
Co-Creation for Impact
Collaboratively designed the Narrunga Nations Elder Village
Developed research and practical insights
Leading practice approach to lived experience inclusion
Development of a Lived Experience Practice Framework, detailing the principles and practices that we draw from and use as part of our commitment to lived experience inclusion; the theories that have informed our ways of working; and our lessons and learnings from the journey so far.
First Nations Engagement
Co-designed an adaptable approach to First Nations leadership, endorsed by First Nations leaders and representatives, including Reconciliation Australia and the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Housing Association
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