quarta-feira, julho 11


Post "Observatório para a Juventude"
A national inquiry into youth will say that hundreds of thousands of young people will be wandering the streets over the holidays because they are bored and there is nowhere else to go.
The year-long inquiry found that the majority of teenagers also feel neglected and unsafe. More than 16,000 teenagers were questioned for The Make Space Youth Review, chaired by broadcaster and former MP Oona King.
Ms King said: "Growing up can be tough and we are simply not doing enough to help the next generation to flourish. On average we spend 17p per day on youth services and this has to change. Young people need to be a part of our communities and not doing this costs us billions dealing with the consequences of anti-social behaviour, crime and violence, and even more, in the emotional consequences of a dispossessed generation."

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