Kareem El-Ansary, 2019 Youth Representative to the United Nations, completed a marathon listening tour last year. The issues raised were as varied as the young people themselves, but one key message remained constant: better supporting young people starts with listening more.
For young women, getting their first period is a natural part of growing up. But when it happens, many will avoid having the awkward conversation due to embarrassment – and that’s where Moxie’s Welcome to Periods boxes come in.
According to new research released by Monash University, the same emotions that drive academic success in female high-achievers can also lead to eating disorders.
Associate Professor Elspeth McInnes and Dr Lesley-anne Ey of the University of South Australia discuss the findings of a national survey that examines how primary and early childhood educators identify and respond to problematic sexual behaviours in young children.
A novel mental health program improves teenagers’ ability to recognise and support friends who might be at risk of suicide, according to new research from the University of Melbourne.
Finnish educator and Gonski Institute Professor, Dr Pasi Sahlberg, sheds light on the smartphone in schools debate and reveals why he believes a blanket ban isn’t the answer.