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Youthconnect South Australia youth strategy 2010-2014

Government of South Australia Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards South Australia 1 January 2010 Policy document community, social development

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The Youthconnect South Australia youth strategy 2010-2014 provides a framework and action plan to guide the delivery of government programs and services for young people during the four year period of the strategy.
It brings together the significant amount of work the government is already delivering for young people, with a range of new initiatives, under the key priorities of health and wellbeing, education, employment and skill development, engagement and participation.

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