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National Strategy for Young Australians

Government of Australia Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Australia Policy document community, social development

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The National Strategy for Young Australians sets out the Australian Government’s vision that all young people can and should grow up safe, healthy, happy and resilient. It describes what it’s like to grow up in Australia today – the positives as well as the challenges – and outlines the 8 areas in which the Australian Government will focus its attention.

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