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Education programs for Indigenous Australians about sexually transmitted infections and bloodborne viruses

As a group, Indigenous Australians experience poorer health outcomes than other Australians, including in the area of sexual health. The Closing the Gap Clearinghouse looks at sexual health education programs as a way of promoting sexual health for Indigenous Australians. Original article

Children of the recession: the impact of the economic crisis on child well-being in rich countries

This UNICEF report shows that 2.6 million children have sunk below the poverty line in the world’s most affluent countries since 2008, bringing the total number of children in the developed world living in poverty to an estimated 76.5 million. Original article

30 Oct 2014

Conference: Generation Jobless

A conference addressing the complex issues involved with global youth unemployment was held in New York recently.  Original article

30 Oct 2014

Grants for NFPs supporting disadvantaged youth

UN LTD, the foundation representing Australia’s media, marketing and advertising industry, is calling on charities dedicated to UNdoing youth disadvantage to submit proposals for support in 2015. Original article

30 Oct 2014

Study reveals that young workers want a promotion or to leave

The ‘Life of a Professional’ survey by online professional network LinkedIn found that the size of the pay cheque was one of the main things keeping young people at the same workplace for more than two years. Original article

30 Oct 2014

Well-known psychologist to support Young and Well CRC

Dr Michael Carr-Gregg has been appointed to work with the CRC’s Youth Brains Trust and researchers to develop the Young and Well CRC’s Digital Education program for young people. Original story

29 Oct 2014

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