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The Adelaide Zero Project is a key initiative which aims to end street homelessness in the Adelaide CBD.

The Don Dunstan Foundation has a proud history of engaging with homelessness issues. We think that, in 2019, Adelaide shouldn’t be seeking just to respond to street homelessness but to end it, as other cities across the globe are doing through the Functional Zero approach.

The latest data on the Adelaide Zero Project Dashboard estimates there are well over a hundred people sleeping rough in the city on any given night, which is something the Don Dunstan Foundation is keen to address.

There are now over 35 partners in the Adelaide Zero Project, whose goal it is to end street homelessness in the inner city and ultimately end homelessness in South Australia.

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Established in 2003, the Adelaide Thinkers in Residence program was a global first.

A tested Social Innovation, it was developed in South Australia to address urgent challenges or to explore areas of opportunity through new policy development and systems reform.

In 2013 the Don Dunstan Foundation?hosted the first residency outside of government. Reverb focused on the live music industry in South Australia and was incredibly successful, with the establishment of the St Paul’s Creative Centre, the Music Development Office and the listing of Adelaide as a UNESCO City of Live?Music, all consequences of the residency.

In 2016 the Thinkers in Residence Program formally transitioned to the Don Dunstan Foundation.?In 2017 the first series of residencies was launched with a focus on growing the Purpose Economy – we called them the Social Capital Residencies. The aim was to build on South Australia’s founding purpose: to be a better society, while addressing our most contemporary need – job creation.

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