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Tasmanian Youth policy framework for local government

Office of Youth Affairs Tasmanian Government Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Tasmania 1 July 1999 Policy document community, education, health service

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The Tasmanian Youth Policy Framework for Local Government has been written as a guide for Councils in developing a role in youth affairs.

The Policy Framework focuses on a number of common issues which have been identified by a steering group of 10 Councils as areas of importance for all 29 Tasmanian Councils. The Framework also identifies key elements for councils to consider when developing their roles in youth affairs. Policy statements have been developed around these issues and key elements.

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