Our house has shot up in value, like all the others, but our home is priceless.
I walk past the homeless who appear to be sleeping, who seem to have become nocturnal, through disappointment, addiction or mental illness. They frame from a distance and anonymous.
What we would give to see footage of them as children running around in screaming laughter.
On Census night in 2016, more than 116,000 people were estimated to be homeless in Australia—58% were male, 21% were aged 25–34 and 20% identified as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians (ABS 2018).