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National Survey of Young Australians


Friday, 8th April 2011 at 3:24 pm
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Mission Australia’s annual Youth Survey – the largest survey of its kind in Australia – is on again.

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National Survey of Young Australians
Friday, 8th April 2011 at 3:24 pm

Mission Australia’s annual Youth Survey – the largest survey of its kind in Australia – is on again.

Undertaken each year since 2002, the survey asks young Australians aged 11 to 24 about what they value, where to turn for advice and support, how they are involved with their communities and their attitudes and feelings towards the future.

Last year more than 50,000 young Australians took part in the survey, a long way from the 3,000 who took part in 2002.

Mission Australia publishes a report on the national and state and territory results. Reports from previous years can be accessed on the Mission Australia website here.

The 2011 National Survey of Young Australians closes on Friday 1 July 2011 (in all states and the ACT) and on Friday 29 July in the NT.

Young people aged 11 to 24 can complete the survey:

For further information please email youthsurvey@missionaustralia.com.au
 




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