Immersive on-country experiences are helping non-Indigenous students learn about Australia’s first culture.
More young people than ever are getting involved with political activism, but why are we not seeing predicted election results?
It’s 10 years since harsh laws were passed about smoking in restaurants and around children. How well have they worked?
Internet access is increasing for young people and so are mental health issues.
From helping with paperwork to teaching leadership skills, staff at the Edmund Rice Centre provide invaluable support to refugees.
A series of rallies in Perth this week is setting up a major protest demanding action on the climate crisis.
The world might be becoming more conservative, but are young people?
House parties and more relaxed events are replacing the traditional night at a club.
Known for being a great social outlet, street sport is also being used to engage disconnected young people.
Overloaded, stigmatised, understaffed? China faces the issues in its mental healthcare system, in a story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour.
Changing ideas about love and marriage are explored in the latest story from the 2018 Shanghai study tour series.
As winter approaches, attendance at swimming lessons is already falling away.
It will attempt to identify trigger points in young people.
Will your sporting club benefit from new funding?
Brain mapping techniques could be used to help.
It’s all aimed at helping young people pursue their interests and have a voice in their community.
Researchers argue the fact women are discouraged to learn about money is an ‘urgent’ issue to be addressed.