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Gambling companies target young male sports fans

New research from Monash University has found that internet gambling companies are increasingly targetting young male sports fans between the ages of 18 and 35 who have disposable incomes. Original article

14th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect (ACCAN 2015)

To be held in Auckland, New Zealand on 29 March - 1 April, the conference will tackle the issues and the complexities of child abuse and neglect, and encourage engagement across sectors, agencies and professions to best prevent and address child maltreatment. Original article

06 Mar 2015

Community Services Training Package: Engage respectfully with young people

Developed by a consortium of multicultural and community organisations, this training package will ensure those working with young people from refugee backgrounds are equipped with the skills and knowledge to best meet their needs. Original article

06 Mar 2015

40% of vocational students won’t repay their student loan

More than a third of government loans to vocational education and training students will never be repaid, according to a new analysis by the Grattan Institute. Original article

06 Mar 2015

2015 Intergenerational report: Australia in 2055

Every five years, the Australian Government produces an Intergenerational Report that assesses the long-term sustainability of current Government policies and how changes to Australia’s population size and age profile may impact on economic growth, workforce and public finances over the next 40 years. Original article

06 Mar 2015

From Safe Dates to safer states: re-assessing ways to prevent youth violence

Devising new and better interventions is not always the answer to intractable social problems like youth violence and weapon carrying, as demonstrated by a re-assessment of the Safe Dates program. Original article

06 Mar 2015

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