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Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander youth report

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The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth Report draws on the findings of our Youth Survey 2019.

Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander youth report infographic

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The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth Report infographic draws on the findings of our Youth Survey 2019.

Youth survey homelessness infographic

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Mission Australia’s Young people’s experiences of homelessness report released July 2020 reveals that 1 in 6 Youth Survey respondents had an experience of homelessness. The report compares those who have no experience of homelessness to those who have couch surfed and/or had an experience in transitional housing/living in a refuge.

Youth homelessness report

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Mission Australia’s Young people’s experiences of homelessness report released July 2020 reveals that 1 in 6 Youth Survey respondents had an experience of homelessness. The report compares those who have no experience of homelessness to those who have couch surfed and/or had an experience in transitional housing/living in a refuge.

Young willing and able: Youth Survey Disability Infographic 2019

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This sub-report compares Youth Survey response of young people living with or without disability. In 2019 over 25,000 young people responded to the Youth Survey and 1,623 reported living with disability.

Young willing and able: Youth Survey Disability Report 2019

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This sub-report compares Youth Survey response of young people living with or without disability. In 2019 over 25,000 young people responded to the Youth Survey and 1,623 reported living with disability.

Mission Australia Youth Survey Report 2019

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Each year we encourage young people aged 15-19 to ‘speak up’ about the issues that concern them through Australia’s largest annual youth survey. Over 25,000 young people participated in 2019. This year, young people reported concerns relating to mental health, the environment, bullying and voice.

Mission Australia Youth Survey infographic 2019

Youth Survey Report Infographic

Mission Australia conducted its 18th annual survey of young people aged 15-19 years in 2019. The infographic summarises the key findings from this year’s Youth Survey, including their top concerns, experiences of bullying and barriers to achieving post-school goals.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander summary (Youth Survey Report 2019)

Youth Survey Report ATSI

This summary report outlines the findings from the more than 1,500 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people who took part in the 2019 Youth Survey. It outlines findings around Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people’s experiences of bullying, their top personal concerns and voice in their community.

Comparing major cities and regional areas (Youth Survey Report 2019)

Youth Mental Health Comparing major cities and regional areas

This sub-report compares the Youth Survey responses of young people living in major cities against those living in non-metropolitan areas. In 2019, over 15,000 young people resided in major cities, while nearly 9,000 young people were living in regional Australia.

Can we talk? Seven year youth mental health report - 2012-2018

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The Can we talk? Seven year youth mental health report - 2012-2018 is a Mission Australia and Black Dog Institute joint report. The report reveals important insights about the prevalence of psychological distress experienced by young people, where they go to for help and their main concerns.

Infographic: Can we talk? Seven year youth mental health report - 2012-2018

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The Can we talk? Seven year youth mental health report - 2012-2018 is a Mission Australia and Black Dog Institute joint report. The infographic summarises important insights about the prevalence of psychological distress experienced by young people, where they go to for help and their main concerns.

Infographic: Close to home: young people and the impact of alcohol and drug use by family and peers

Close to home

This report considers the responses of young people who agreed that alcohol and/or drugs are a problem for my family/peers in Youth Survey 2018, compared with those who answered neither/disagree. It provides a better understanding of their individual concerns, aspirations and wellbeing, and points to support needed for this group of young people. This infographic details highlights from the findings.

Close to home: young people and the impact of alcohol and drug use by family and peers

Working through it

This report considers the responses of young people who agreed that alcohol and/or drugs are a problem for my family/peers in Youth Survey 2018, compared with those who answered neither/disagree. It provides a better understanding of their individual concerns, aspirations and wellbeing, and points to support needed for this group of young people.

Working through it: A Youth Survey report on economically disadvantaged young people

Working through it

This report considers the similarities and differences between two groups of young people who took part in the Mission Australia Youth Survey 2018: those who reported that neither parent or guardian was currently in paid employment, compared with those who identified that at least one parent or guardian had paid employment, whether part- or full-time.

Working through it: Infographic

Working through it infographic

This report considers the similarities and differences between two groups of young people who took part in the Mission Australia Youth Survey 2018: those who reported that neither parent or guardian was currently in paid employment, compared with those who identified that at least one parent or guardian had paid employment, whether part- or full-time. This infographic details highlights from the findings.

Gender Gaps – Findings from the Youth Survey 2018 infographic

Gender gap infographic

The new report pinpoints stark differences between female and male responses to the Youth Survey 2018, highlighting that more females than males were concerned about almost every topic in the survey. This infographic details highlights from the findings.

Gender Gaps – Findings from the Youth Survey 2018

Gender gap findings from Youth Survey 2018

The new report pinpoints stark differences between female and male responses to the Youth Survey 2018, highlighting that more females than males were concerned about almost every topic in the survey.

Mission Australia Youth Survey Report 2018

Youth Survey 2018

Each year we encourage young people aged 15-19 to ‘speak up’ about the issues that concern them through Australia’s largest annual youth survey. Over 28,000 young people participated in 2018. For the first time, mental health was the number one issue of national concern in every Australian state and territory.

Mission Australia Youth Survey infographic 2018

Youth Survey 2018

Mission Australia conducted its 17th annual survey of young people aged 15-19 years in 2018. This infographic details highlights from the survey findings.

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