Greens MP for Griffith and housing spokesperson Max Chandler-Mather addresses the national Housing Justice Summit in Gadi/Sydney via zoom. Chandler-Mather explains how the financialisation of housing has led to the current crisis and examines the power balance between property developers, landlords and the community.
The Housing Justice Summit was organised by Action for Public Housing and brought together hundreds of housing activists from across the country to discuss people-first solutions to the housing crisis.
The summit was supported by many housing campaign groups including Anti-Poverty Network (South Australia), Save Barak Beacon, South East Queensland Union of Renters, University of Sydney Student Representative Council, National Union of Students 'Get a Room' Campaign, Antipoverty Centre (New South Wales), Renters and Housing Union (Victoria) and more.
This video was produced by Action for Public Housing.