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09 Aug 2010

 

In 2009, around 48,000 young people across Australia participated in the eighth annual Mission Australia National survey of young Australians. The survey asked young people aged 11 to 24 years about what they value, their concerns, where they go for advice and support and who they...

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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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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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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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