Turning 18 could be your ticket to a European adventure – literally.
The NT youth justice royal commission’s interim report did not deliver any findings or make any recommendations. Nor did it reflect young people’s personal stories.
Declining interest rates has made housing more affordable over the past thirty years, but it has also increased the risk for homebuyers.
A survey of what young people perceive to be the biggest threat to Europe reveals some surprising information.
They have some big ideas.
Research shows that providing children with eReading devices can actually inhibit their reading.
The Fair Work Commission's latest decision to cut certain Sunday and public holiday penalty rates continues a tradition of undervaluing young workers.
A new study quantifies unpaid work experience in Australia and shows how some young people miss out.
Mixing alcohol with energy drinks is all part of a big night out, according to new research.
Selfies are blamed for encouraging everything from risky behaviour to rampant narcissism. But selfies can be potent acts of self-communication – and anyway, is self-regard a bad thing?
As the torrent of carefully created social media posts to sites such as Facebook grows, who is to say which is the 'real' you.
Loach's latest film tells the story of a man who finds himself caught in a harsh world of uncaring bureaucrats, food banks and benefits cuts.
Young people actually take responsibility for their own financial decisions but they fail to learn from their parents about how to handle money, new research shows.
Decreasing levels of empathy in young people are partly due to changes in parenting styles that came about in the 1980s.
Youth unemployment is a problem of demand. Cutting welfare payments merely punishes those young people who are most vulnerable to poverty.
Social media can have a damaging effect on body image, but the way to protect against that is learning how to view images critically.
The focus on reducing welfare dependency among young carers, parents and students may deter them from seeking any help.
Historical data for Australia shows young people have fared better than their global counterparts in terms of economic opportunity but this masks a growing disparity among youth.
Researchers and policy makers alike are missing out on a vital resource – young people themselves.
Contrary to popular stereotypes, research shows young people in the workforce want much the same things from work as other generations.