Homelessness Exposed: sharing the stories of people who have experienced homelessness is a photographic exhibition that aims to raise awareness of the changing face of homelessness, challenge negative stereotypes and promote the Connecting Home program.
People who have had experience of homelessness were given digital cameras and asked people to document their experiences of homelessness, drawing attention to both the negative challenges faced by people living out of bags and cars, couch surfing or in tents but also the positive aspects around support and what has sustained them.
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The first Homelessness Exposed: sharing the stories of people who have experienced homelessness was held at the Lismore’s Dragonfly Café during Homelessness Prevention Week 3-9 August 2015.
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