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The Alternatives to Secure Youth Detention in Tasmania Inquiry originated from a request by the Minister for Children to the Commissioner for Children for advice in relation to the role of secure detention within Tasmania’s youth justice system.
This Inquiry is part of a...
As the first in a series of books by the young people in Ashley Youth Detention Centre, this publication aims to provide insight into the circumstances of their lives inside and their hopes for the future.
In a letter at beginning of Views: life...
There are a myriad of factors that can impact on the health and wellbeing of children and young people. Access to information on how Tasmania’s children and young people are faring at a population level can assist us to better plan and deliver policy and...
This guide was produced following wide ranging consultation with almost 400 young Tasmanians and delivers on Action #26 of the Youth at Risk Strategy . The guide highlights the barriers to youth participation and provides policy makers with ideas and insights on how services can...
Under proposed budget changes unemployed people under 30 years of age will lose income support for six months of the year.
Who will this affect?
This will affect people aged 18-29 years who are not enrolled in education or training and who...