Youth organisations call for 'civic army' to boost unemployment


A coalition of youth work groups is calling on the government to launch a new scheme offering disadvantaged young people paid placements working in their communities to plug the youth unemployment gap.

Youth work groups have laid out plans for the government to support young people into higher education, work and training. Picture: Adobe Stock
Youth work groups have laid out plans for the government to support young people into higher education, work and training. Picture: Adobe Stock

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