Youth injustice: can research drive changes that address legal need?

New research has found that young people experience employment problems at higher rates than other age groups. Dive into the discussion with this expert panel on how we can improve the experience of young workers.
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New research from the Public Understanding of Law Survey found that young people experience employment problems at higher rates than other age groups. Dive into the discussion with this expert panel on how we can improve the experience of young workers.

How might the legal assistance sector use this research to address young people’s unmet legal needs? 

This is the question our expert panelists will seek to interrogate. Drawing on youth-specific findings from Victoria Law Foundation’s Public Understanding of Law Survey (PULS), in conversation with VLF’s forthcoming report, 'Problems at Work: Young people, employment and legal need', this will be an insightful conversation on how we can better support young people. 

Youth Law Australia and the Young Worker’s Centre will offer practical insight for legal services on how they may use the research to drive positive change, and there will be an opportunity for questions. Don’t miss this chance to empower the youth of today, register now.

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Youth Law Australia
Young Workers Centre
Victoria Law Foundation

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