Getting back to you
The AYF has submitted your ideas on Arts to ACARA.
"Only through a wide-spread knowledge of government practice can it be truly held accountable for its actions."
The AYF has submitted your ideas on Civics and Citizenship to ACARA.
"A lot of times the only obstacle to success is ourselves...after having a mental illness you need to overcome the fear and pity and reject the stereotype of your illness yourself to move on and be all you can be!"
His is one of the AYF quotes included in the final Mental Health and Workforce Participation Report.
Your ideas and feedback on the Community Engagement: What does it take for you to get involved? disscussion topic was presented by the AYF Steering Committee Chair, Sara Saleh at the Community Engagement conference in February 2012.
Do you think young people with a mental illness are treated differently? 84 per cent of respondents to the AYF Mental Health and Workforce Participation discussion topic, think they are. You can view the AYF submission (number 73) on the House of Representatives – Inquiry on mental health and workforce participate submissions page.
Thanks to everyone who contributed their ideas to the National Cultural Policy discussion topic, either online, via survey or at an event. You can read the AYF submission on the Office for the Arts, National Cultural Policy submissions page.
"I'd rather learn on the job than in the classroom" – Youth Forum participant
The AYF submission to the Australian Apprenticeships discussion topic, will help inform the Australian Government's reform of the Australian Apprenticeships system. The Apprenticeship Reform is part of 'Building Australia's Future Workforce'.