This category lists websites dealing with Australian youth affairs, including organisations and government offices that work with and for young people, events for young people, and resources for young people who want to become more involved with their community. This category lists only websites with a direct connection to young Australians: organisations and events that may incidentally or tangentially involve young Australians in their planning or implementation are not listed (as they are listed elsewhere instead). Examples of types of websites that are not listed here include those of international programmes for young people worldwide, and domestic programmes that target young people only insofar as they are members of the general community. This category does not ordinarily list the personal websites of young Australians, unless they also fit into one of the categories above.
A prime source on youth research and work, publishes 'Youth Field Xpress' for researchers, youth workers, and educators. Formerly also published the journal, 'Youth Studies Australia'
Australia's non-government youth affairs peak.
The DSF seeks to improve the learning and work transitions of young Australians by cooperating with communities, industry, government and non-government organisations to generate ideas, research, tools and information, and to build networks of common interest.
An Australia wide project designed to provide young people with inspiration and skill development for effective leadership.
Provides a non-formal educational program to girls and young women while offering values based training in life skills, decision making and leadership. Information on joining, news and events.
An Internet-based foundation that works to inspire young people to help themselves, get involved and get online.
Based in Canberra, the IYPF works in the fields of human rights, poverty eradication, environment and social capital.
A 24 hour, free and confidential telephone counselling service for 5 to 18 year olds. Includes background information, gala benefit auction ball details, publications and media, resources, and contact details.
Comprehensive directory for parents in Australia. Helps parents to identify products, services and places of interest as well as giving tips and advice. Includes a parenting forum.
Information from the National Children's and Youth Law Centre about young people's legal rights and obligations in every Australian state and territory.
Includes archived issues of the webzine, which was published in 2000 and which examined all aspects of youth culture including religion, current affairs, music, movies, and fictional writing.
Helping young people get through difficult times. Contains inspiring stories, interactive gallery, and advice on teen issues.
A community based initiative promoting safe driving. Includes educational resources and the "Parent - Young Person Safe Driving Agreement" and other agreements to download.
Scouts Australia aims to encourage the physical, intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual development of young people.
The Melbourne-based Shift Foundation is an international foundation that engages outstanding young leaders aged 16-35 to progress thinking and action on some of the planet's most critical global challenges.
Official website. Offers an overview of the organization, history, camps, activities, news and kids questions of the month.
This Is Not Art is a Newcastle-based annual national festival of new media and arts, incorporating, amongst others, the National Young Writers' Festival and the National Student Media Conference.
UNYA is a youth organisation concerned with educating and involving youth in decision-making, current affairs and the United Nations.
An e-zine for young Australians to publish creative works and reviews of art, film and music.
The Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) works collaboratively with government, non-profit groups and partners to provide a range of programs and services to build strong people, strong families, and strong communities.
YNOT is the peak body for the non-government youth sector in Tasmania.
Research in identifying and proposing solutions to youth oriented issues, based at the Melbourne graduate school of education. Projects, publications, and newsletter included.
Providing young Australians and those that work with them a range of networking and communication resources, information and opportunities.
YWCA Australia is the Australian partner in the global network of women advancing social justice and creating opportunities and services for the development of women and their families.
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