Friday, April 30, 2010

Indigenous | Australian Policy Online

Mission Australia has just launched its ninth annual National Survey of Young Australians. The survey asks young people aged 11 to 24 what is important to them, what their issues of concern are, where they go for advice and support, what activities they are involved in and how optimistic they feel about their future.

The survey is a great opportunity for all young people to have a say about the issues that affect them. Results from previous years have been an effective advocacy tool for improving services and programs for young people and a key resource for policy makers.

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via apo.org.au

Mission Australia has just launched its ninth annual National Survey of Young Australians. The survey asks young people aged 11 to 24 what is important to them, what their issues of concern are, where they go for advice and support, what activities they are involved in and how optimistic they feel about their future.

The survey is a great opportunity for all young people to have a say about the issues that affect them. Results from previous years have been an effective advocacy tool for improving services and programs for young people and a key resource for policy makers.

via apo.org.au

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