Young Queenslanders have been among the worst affected by the global financial crisis and will remain among the most vulnerable well after the economy begins to recover. Currently, 30 600 young Queenslanders are unemployed which is 3.2 per cent higher than before the downturn.   

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Daniel Morris_5 Jasmine Lind Christopher Miller Kirsty Appleton
Sasha Garner Kara Mansley Terri ODonnell Sally Morris
Nadine Lester Michael Johnson Jeff Buckley Angel Ofire
Kylie Tappin Hamish McLoughlin_3

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Stephen Flanagan Stephanie Anne Anna Grozinger_5 Theresa Madson_8
Kathy Boggan Lisa Evans Hamish McLoughlin_3 Julia Spotswood_3
Julia Spotswood QCOSS Community Door Sharon Deacon Craig Cranston
Bill Rutkin Tracey Woodward

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Daniel Morris_5 Jason Vella Anna Nicholls Katrina Pukallus Smith
Mareta Elisaia QCOSS Community Door Shona Travis

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Amanda Margerison Suewellyn Kelly Victoria Homer Trish Ferrier
Steve Skitmore Sheree Miller Shane Adshead Sarah Roberts
Jade Fickling Alvin Hava QCOSS Community Door Daniel Morris
Howard Buckley Amanda Wright

The Central West Youth Network will increase the effectiveness of youth service providers to provide regional support, planning and delivery of service for young people through information sharing, professional development and peer support throughout Western Queensland

 

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 Goals:

1. To provide networking opportunities to share information to ultimately benefit young people of the Central West.

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Daniel Morris_5 Kirsty Appleton Majella Rayment Louise Campbell
QCOSS Community Door Shirley Marks Coordinator Multipurpose Centre Jenny Nelson

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