National Youth Affairs Research Scheme publications

The National Youth Affairs Research Scheme's last research projects were “Engaging Young People in Regional, Rural and Remote Australia” and “Youth Volunteering in Australia: an evidence review”. Both of these topics were determined by the Education Council’s Youth Affairs Working Group to be topics of interest.

The final reports are available to download by clicking on the 2015 Publications link below. Other National Youth Affairs Research Scheme publications are also available below:

For publications prior to 2003 or for accessibility issues with any NYARS publications published on this site please contact library@ssc.gov.au.

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