How Young People are Faring 1999: Key Indicators

The first series of regular reports to be released by the Dusseldorp Skills Forum. The reports look at how young Australians are making the transition from education to work.

How Young People are Faring 1999: Key Indicators2019-10-21T17:24:15+10:00

Australia’s Young Adults: The Deepening Divide

This report, which follows the 1998 publication Reality and Risk, provides a national perspective on developments that have affected young adults in the 1990s.

Australia’s Young Adults: The Deepening Divide2019-11-25T22:20:34+10:00

Australia’s Youth: Reality and Risk

This report brings together contributions from seven of Australia’s leading research organisations to investigate the learning and working circumstances of 15-19 year olds.

Australia’s Youth: Reality and Risk2019-10-21T17:24:29+10:00

It’s Crunch Time

A significant number of young people lack basic educational attainments and levels of engagement to adequately cope with the demands being made of them.

It’s Crunch Time2019-10-21T17:11:41+10:00

The igreen and Y Green projects

An energy saving education program for householders, led by Generation Y, could see savings equivalent to taking 100.000 cars off our roads.

The igreen and Y Green projects2019-10-21T17:07:04+10:00

Building Critical Social Infrastructure

Nation building requires infrastructure – roads, rail, ports, schools, hospitals, and community centres. A business case for expanding school based mentoring.

Building Critical Social Infrastructure2019-10-21T17:09:52+10:00

Keeping Skills In Hard Times

Australia adopting clever solutions during economic slowdown and how to avoid throwing away investment in skills and training.

Keeping Skills In Hard Times2019-08-14T13:47:30+10:00

Submission to the Review of Australian Higher Education

What is Creative Learning, why is it so powerful, and how does it bring significant change to education?This article (1.6Mb) by Dr Julie Robson and Teya Dusseldorp .

Submission to the Review of Australian Higher Education2019-10-21T17:10:46+10:00

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