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The Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT) welcomes the Premiers announcement today to invest in the development of Tasmania’s first ever whole of government Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy. The Strategy will not only focus on the first 1000 days of life but will also address the needs of young Tasmanians up to 25 years of age.
Participants from Tasmania’s mental health services and the broader community sector came together to hear from experts in youth mental health and work together to collectively explore strategies and solutions that support the ongoing development of an innovative and integrated youth mental health system.
YNOT's submission to the Tasmanian Government Select Committee outlining the experiences of young Tasmanians in housing stress or homelessness and the relationship between housing, health and education.
YNOT applauds the Tasmanian Governments commitment to increasing youth engagement and participation of young people across Tasmania. YNOT and our member's feedback on the Youth Matter Resource, Department of Communities Tasmania.
Submissions, Budget, Government
YNOT proposed one key ask for the Tasmanian Government 2020-21 Budget Community Consultation, Budget Priority Statement: the development of an inaugural Tasmanian Youth Strategy and associated Action Plans to ensure all young people can flourish and live their best life in Tasmania.
TasCOSS and YNOT have called on the State Government to ensure essential safety related changes to graduated driver licensing requirements are accompanied by appropriate resourcing, support and assistance for Tasmanians already facing barriers to obtain a driver licence.
YNOT welcomes the release of the Tasmanian Governments Affordable Housing Action Plan 2019-2023 today. It is pleasing to see that the Tasmanian Government has committed to improving outcomes for young Tasmanians who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Media, Tasmanian Youth Forum
One hundred and seventy young Tasmanians aged 12-25 years will be travelling to Launceston today to voice their concerns, contribute ideas and create solutions at the 2019 Tasmanian Youth Forum (TYF) ‘Your Online Environment.’