Tag: homelessness

Exposure: COVID and the long, cold winter of the American homeless

If biopolitics is power that is realised through the organisation of how people live, then necropolitical power is realised through dictating the limits of who gets to live and who dies.

A Tale of the New Australian City, by David Boarder Giles and Anna Carlson

In this excerpt from the forthcoming issue of Arena Magazine David Boarder Giles and Anna Carlson explore the politics of homelessness, real estate and the right to the street.

Ken Loach, by Valerie Krips

That subversive gentleman

Social Housing or Private Profit?

Public–private partnerships in Rudd’s new housing affordability scheme offer developers more than they offer the poor writes Joanne Knight