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Getting Emotional Resilience into Youth Policy

Vanessa Moskal

National data demonstrates an unprecedented and perplexing case:
Today's young people are happy
-yet highly anxious on a regular basis.

One local area is taking this on board in an innovative step forward - including emotional resilience in the area's local government policy. With extensive consultation, and the input of over 1,000 young people, the coastal community of Warringah have produced an extraordinary initiative.
See a copy of Warringah's Youth Strategy here:

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