What is important for young Tasmanians? What are they concerned about? What do they see as a ‘good life’?
This report explores these questions by drawing on data collected by the Institute for Social Change to inform the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council (full report available here) and as part of the Young People’s Voices survey that was supported by the Commissioner for Children and Young People to ensure that the voices of Tasmanians aged between 9 and 17 years and their parents are included in planning Tasmania’s future.
You can read the report here.