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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V W Y [Other]

Languages and Multicultural Education Resource Centre


Migrant and refugee youth


Government

The Languages and Multicultural Education Resource Centre (LMERC) is a specialist resource centre for schools in Victoria. They provide information for teachers, educators and pre-service teachers on the resources and facilities offered by the centre. 

Website: www.education.vic.gov.au/studentlearning/programs/lmerc/default.htm 

 

Lead On


Mentoring


Service delivery

Lead On is a community organisation aimed at strengthening relationships between youth and businesses. They have programs in 10 communities across Australia.

Website: www.leadon.com.au

 

Life is for everyone


Mental health


Service delivery

The National Suicide Prevention Strategy is guided by the Living Is For Everyone (LIFE) Framework which sets out the national priorities for suicide and self-harm prevention. LIFE is dedicated to providing the best available evidence and resources to guide activities aimed at reducing the rate at which people take their lives in Australia. 

Website: www.livingisforeveryone.com.au 

 

Lifeline


Suicide


Service delivery

Lifeline provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services.

Website: www.lifeline.org.au

 

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T V W Y [Other]

 

Companies freeloading on unprotected interns

Lengthy unpaid internships, long a feature of the American and European labour markets, have become mainstream in Australia over the past two decades. Original article

23 Apr 2014

headspace survey: Youth Friendliness of Service

headspace are seeking feedback from young people on how youth friendly their services are. Original article

23 Apr 2014

Human Rights Commission to look for ways to reduce youth suicide

The Human Rights Commission will investigate ways to protect young people against suicide and self-harm, the leading cause of death among Australians aged between 15 and 24 years. Original article

23 Apr 2014

Youth justice in Australia 2012-13

This report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare presents information on young people under youth justice supervision, both in the community and in detention, during 2012–13. In unpacking the data, several media outlets point out that there has been a significant drop in detention rates. More information

23 Apr 2014

Submissions open for examination into intentional self-harm and suicidal behaviour

The National Children's Commissioner, Megan Mitchell, is today opening submissions for her examination into intentional self-harm and suicidal behaviour in children and young people under 18 years. Original article

22 Apr 2014

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