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Mission Australia


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02 Aug 2017

Earlier this year we co-authored a report based on data collected in the Youth Survey with the Black Dog Institute looking at young people and mental illness over the past five years; prior to that we produced a report on young people and homelessness. Both of these reports were...

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06 Dec 2016

Summary

A total of 21,846 young people aged 15-19 years responded to Mission Australia’s Youth Survey 2016. The largest number of responses came from New South Wales (32.5%), Queensland (20.0%) and Victoria (19.1%). Over half of the respondents (55.0%) were female and 6.1...

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16 Feb 2016

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According to the 2011 Census, some 44,000 children and young people in Australia are homeless. The reality is worse; many others are ‘hidden homeless’ who are not counted in the official statistics.

There is a growing body of evidence being...

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30 Nov 2015

More than half of young people believe there are barriers which will prevent them reaching their goals when they leave school, according to this report.

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Demographic profile of respondents
A total of 18,994 young people aged 15-19...

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21 Oct 2015

Shows an increase in the prevalence of probable mental illness among young females.

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Adolescence can be an exciting time of life, but it is also the peak age of onset for many mental health disorders.This adds further complexity to an already challenging...

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24 Aug 2015

Young people living in low socio-economic status areas are more likely to be concerned with getting a job, bullying and other emotional abuse than young people from higher SES areas.

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Inequality and disadvantage remain entrenched in areas of our...

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29 Jan 2007

The central goal of the Linking to Learn-Learning to Link project is to implement and evaluate changed institutional practices within primary schools and the family welfare agency Mission Australia to enhance children’s school performance and behaviour. These institutional changes are designed...

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30 Oct 2006

This national annual survey of 14,700 young people, aged 11-24 (95% between 11-19), has found family conflict, alcohol and other drugs and body image are their three main issues of concern. When asked to rank 12 issues in level of importance, family conflict was ranked most frequently in the top...

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17 Jul 2006

This paper examines non-metropolitan disadvantage in the framework of five key areas: economic capital; institutional capital; social capital; human capital; and natural capital. The report makes a number of recommendations and calls for a whole of government approach – in co-operation with...

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17 Jul 2006

The main findings of 'National Youth Survey 2005: Rural and Regional Responses' show that regardless of where young people live, family relationships and friendships are what they value most. They’re also involved in their communities, through sport, youth groups, arts and cultural activities...

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02 Aug 2017

Earlier this year we co-authored a report based on data collected in the Youth Survey with the Black Dog Institute looking at young people and mental illness over the past five years; prior to that we produced a report on young people and homelessness. Both of these reports were...

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