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Responsibility for children and youth affairs in Government has been assigned to newly appointed Minister for Children and Young People the Hon. Sarah Courtney MP. This appointment, announced by Premier Gutwein today, has been welcomed by the state's youth peak body, the Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT).
YNOT today welcomed the Labor Party's commitment to invest in young Tasmanians by supporting Youth Connectors, a pilot program to address youth unemployment, as well as reforming Career Education in schools, if elected to Government.
The impact of COVID-19 is presenting unprecedented challenges and uncertainty for young Tasmanians. CEO of YNOT Ms Tania Hunt said it was important that this disproportionate effect had been recognised in the Interim Report prepared for the State Government by the Premier's Economic and Social Advisory Council (PESRAC).
Budget, Government, Resource, Sector
YNOT scorecard of political party policy positions from Labor, Liberals and Greens, ahead of the Tasmanian State Election on 1 May 2021. This analysis is not exhaustive and is intended to cover key election promises that target young Tasmanians aged 12-25 years.
Submissions, Budget, Government
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tasmanian State Government called for additional amendments or submissions for the 2020-21 Budget Process. YNOT has called for the funding of a full-time Youth Policy Specialist to provide government with timely and quality policy advice that addresses the needs of young people now and into the future.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Tasmanian State Government called for additional amendments or submissions for the 2020-21 Budget Process. YNOT has called for Youth Connectors to be employed in Tasmanian Government Employment Hubs to support young people to engage with relevant training and work.
YNOT congratulates the Tasmanian Government on the Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy discussion paper, developed in consultation with Tasmanian children and young people, the Commissioner for Children and Young People and other key experts.
Youth Navigators: A proposal to help young Tasmanian school leavers navigate work, education and training in a COVID-changed world. This proposal was developed by the Youth Employment Alliance, a unique collaboration of experienced youth focused services led by YNOT, who recognise that urgent action is needed to support young people leaving school in 2020.
The Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT) welcomes the opportunity to provide a response to Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council on the key issues and challenges faced by young Tasmanians and the Tasmanian youth sector as a result of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19 pandemic.
Report, Tasmanian Youth Forum, Youth
Report, Sector, Tasmanian Youth Forum
Media, Tasmanian Youth Forum
Publication, Report, Youth
Resource, Sector, Youth
Youth Homelessness Matters Day (YHMD) is a national campaign that aims to raise awareness of youth homelessness amongst decision makers and the wider community. The campaign hosted by the National Coalition for Housing (NYCH) will take place online and in conversations around Australia on 15 April 2020.