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Fact sheet: Building reslience in young people

The Australian Youth Mentoring Network (AYMN) has released a new fact sheet for mentors to help develop resilience in the young people they're mentoring. Original article

25 Jul 2014

Hang on, youths already earn and learn

Greg Jericho comments in the ABC's The Drum that the fact that most young Australians are already either earning or learning - at rates that have increased over the years - is often overlooked. Original article

25 Jul 2014

Disadvantaged places in urban Australia: analysing socio-economic diversity and housing market performance

This report from the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute includes information about affordability and access to housing for young people. Original article

25 Jul 2014

Building Blocks: Best practice programs that improve the wellbeing of children and young people, Edition two

This report from the Commissioner for Children and Young People Western Australia presents best practice and promising programs that have been shown to – or have strong potential to – improve the wellbeing of Western Australian children and young people. Original article

25 Jul 2014

Explainer: why does the teenage brain need more sleep?

This article from The Conversation presents information about brain development during adolescence and references current studies investigating changing sleep patterns in young people. Original article

25 Jul 2014

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