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Youth prosperity and wellbeing

We advocate that everyone responds with urgency to support vulnerable young people. It's important that young people stay positive, connected and well. And we need to continue to build the confidence and employability skills needed to enter and stay in the workforce. More than ever before, everyone within the NZ skills ecosystem has a responsibility to contribute to this mahi.

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What you can do: #

Whānau #

Take an active role in supporting youth wellbeing, skill development and workplace exploration.

Educators #

Support the skill building and transition of young people into the labour market.

Community #

Work together and access Government investment to support wellbeing and skill development.

Iwi #

Build partnership with Government to support alternate skill building models, investment into infrastructure and businesses.

Business #

Keep young people in the workforce as best you can post COVID-19. This is crucial. Even if it means you change work conditions such as reduced hours. Or look at alternate operational models, such as creating a skills hub at a marae.

Government #

Target policy development and sustainable investment specific to regional communities. Support diversity. Don’t slash local government services.

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