At Odds: Young People and Gambling in the ACT Project Final Report

Awareness and social marketing campaigns aimed at addressing young people and the effects of gambling harm have been uncommon in the ACT. The social marketing campaign At Odds: Young People and Gambling was the first of its kind in the ACT. The project was designed to specifically target young adults aged 18 – 30 through a public health approach, to raise awareness of the indicators of harmful/risky behaviour in relation to gambling, and to help inform and support peers and family members.

Self Care for Youth Workers

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Mental health and wellbeing during the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak

The outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19 has impacted people in varying ways on an international scale. It is understandable that…

Working from home during the pandemic: Guidelines for not-for-profits

Employees of many not-for-profit organisations are among the millions of Australians now working from home as a result of the…