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  1. Youth unemployment lessons from Australia

  2. We believe work is central to a healthy resilient society. We are here to create the conditions that foster personal independence by enabling people to: • Overcome personal challenges to work readiness • Complete their education • Gain workplace skills • Find and keep a job Youth unemployment lessons from Australia

  3. We are a not-for-profit organisation helping people in difficult situations overcome personal challenges and find employment. • While each young person’s situation is unique, the following programmes have assisted common issues that young people often need help with: • Youth Connections. • Alternative Suspension Programme. • Eden Youth Centre Youth unemployment lessons from Australia

  4. Youth Unemployment in the UK • Recent statistics have shown • 950,000 young people aged 16-24 unemployed = 20.5% • 1.65 million 18-24 year olds economically inactive • 16-17 year olds the rate is 36.4% • Excluding people in full-time education, there were 659,000 unemployed 16-24 year olds Youth unemployment lessons from Australia

  5. Campbell Page in the UK • Campbell Page in Australia have devised some innovative ways to address youth unemployment, delivering a range of interventions which are relevant and appealing to those young people. • Young people who attend our programmes in the South West of England are in a similar situation, little education, no employment, no training opportunities, and a lack of appealing routes towards employment. • We have, and we are, striving to emulate our Australian success by providing similar type provision here in the UK Youth unemployment lessons from Australia

  6. Dare to Dream – Remarkable Stories Josh’s journey is remarkable – from a Youth Refuge to studying Medicine School canteen builds social inclusion GarindjaWalawaani Program Youth unemployment lessons from Australia

  7. Theory of Change • Strong Collaborative Partners Youth unemployment lessons from Australia

  8. If you would like to know more or how can we work together Please contact: Mary Cripps Warwick – Managing Director: 07810 753053 – mary.cripps-warwick@campbellpage.org.au Stuart Knowles – Head of Business Development : 07500 012685 – stuart.knowles@campbellpage.org.au Youth unemployment lessons from Australia