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17 Feb 2015

Overview: This is the first national Australian longitudinal study investigating the economic, personal and social costs of youth homelessness over time across a broad range of locations.

Too many young Australians are without any form of safe and secure accommodation. It...

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01 Dec 2014

This survey finds that young Australians are struggling to cope with stress as they strive to achieve their goals in life.

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This year, 13,600 young Australians aged 15-19 took part in Mission Australia's 13th annual youth survey.

The 2014 survey...

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25 Aug 2014

Michael’s Intensive Supported Housing Accord (MISHA) was a philanthropically funded initiative that provided long-term stable accommodation while supporting the men to build the lives they would like to live.

The MISHA Project used a Housing First approach, which is about...

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18 Jun 2014

One in five young Australians are likely to be experiencing mental illness, and less than 40% are comfortable seeking professional help, according to a new report released by Mission Australia in partnership with the Black Dog Institute.

The Youth Mental Health Report ...

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05 Dec 2012

Young Australians overwhelmingly believe the biggest issue facing the nation is the economy, with many feeling they need to find work to help pay for household bills according to Mission Australia’s national Youth Survey, the country’s biggest annual poll of young people.

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23 May 2012

In an important collaborative partnership, the Workplace Research Centre has worked closely with Aboriginal Employment Strategy Ltd, Generation One and Mission Australia to undertake a review of the current data challenges in the realm of Indigenous labour market analysis.

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03 Oct 2011

 

This report reinforces the importance of the transition to school for children from families with complex support needs. For all children and families, but particularly for those with complex support needs, the transition to school is a time of both opportunity and vulnerability....

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18 Nov 2010

Mission Australia's ninth consecutive annual youth survey report is the largest of its kind in Australia and in 2010 received over 50,000 responses from young people across the country.



The survey asks young Australians aged 11 to 24 about what they value, their...

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30 Aug 2010

Combining homeless and accommodation services, assertive case management and eleven specialist allied health and support services, The Michael Project is described as a nationally significant service innovation.

On Census night 2006, almost 105,000 people were homeless in...

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Research report

05 Dec 2012

Young Australians overwhelmingly believe the biggest issue facing the nation is the economy, with many feeling they need to find work to help pay for household bills according to Mission Australia’s national Youth Survey, the country’s biggest annual poll of young people.

The environment...

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18 Nov 2010

Mission Australia's ninth consecutive annual youth survey report is the largest of its kind in Australia and in 2010 received over 50,000 responses from young people across the country.



The survey asks young Australians aged 11 to 24 about what they value, their...

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Briefing paper

30 Aug 2010

Combining homeless and accommodation services, assertive case management and eleven specialist allied health and support services, The Michael Project is described as a nationally significant service innovation.

On Census night 2006, almost 105,000 people were homeless in...

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16 Oct 2009

In 2008 Mission Australia conducted its seventh annual National survey of young Australians with over 45,000 young people aged 11-24 years. The survey aimed to identify...

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13 Oct 2009

This report explores the experiences of young people who are homeless or in foster care.



In 2008, over 45,000 young people aged 11 to 24 years participated in the seventh annual Mission Australia...

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05 Dec 2008

Australia's largest annual survey of young people has found that body image, drugs and family conflict are the biggest worries for 11-24 year olds with one-in-four regarding each as major concerns – but it's drugs that are increasingly weighing on their minds.

The national survey,...

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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...