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Our mission is to support people who work with young people, and thereby enhance youth development so that young people thrive.
University of Canterbury School of Language, Social and Political Sciences, is seeking a Postdoctoral Fellow to join the team of researchers working on the CYCLES: Children and Youth in Cities: Lifestyle Evaluation StudyRead
This programme is suitable for the following: 16 – 19 year olds, at-risk youth, young people not in employment, education or training, disengaged High School students and/or students requiring additional help with literacy and numeracy.Read
Mapping the Social Sector in the Western Bay of Plenty project emerged from a need expressed by the sector to better understand itself, provide data for future planning, and to demonstrate the value and contribution it makes to the region.Read
People working with young people do incredibly important mahi and have a key role to play in preventing suicide in Aotearoa. The resource is designed to help youth workers, counsellors, teachers, parents and whānau have safe, open, direct and compassionate kōrero with taiohi/young people aboutRead