Have your say on the Queensland Youth Strategy – stakeholders and community

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The Queensland Government is developing a new Queensland Youth Strategy to ensure we continue to listen to the voices of young Queenslanders (aged 12–25) and help them reach their full potential.

The world has changed a lot since our current Queensland Youth Strategy: Building young Queenslanders for a global future was released in 2017, so it’s time to collect fresh perspectives on how we can make our state a better place for young people.

We’re looking for your input into the new Queensland Youth Strategy to ensure it reflects:

  1. the current issues and challenges young people are facing
  2. the services, support and information they need
  3. how government can connect and engage with youth stakeholders better.

Your feedback will help guide how young people, stakeholders, government and the community can work together to ensure your voices are heard in achieving a brighter future.

Consultation closes at 5pm 25 November 2022.


Discussion paper

You can view the Discussion paper to read an overview of what we've heard from previous engagement and feedback activities with young Queenslanders.

Responses to the discussion paper and the questions it presents can be provided by completing the online survey.


Survey

  1. You will need to set up an account to complete the survey. It only takes a few minutes. Setting up an account help protects the integrity of the survey results.
  2. Log in and respond to the questions posed in the discussion paper. Responses can be completed gradually—you can save and return to your submission at any time.
  3. The survey will take around 15 mins to complete.
  4. Click the Take Survey button below to start answering the questions.


Privacy statement

Personal information provided by way of responses to this online survey, including screen name, email address and demographic data, is collected by the Department of Environment and Science (the department) for the purpose of informing the new Queensland Youth Strategy.

The Office for Youth in the Department of Environment and Science will use this information to determine the extent to which the survey responses reflect the youth of Queensland. The Office for Youth falls within the portfolio responsibilities of the Minister for Science and Youth Affairs. Consequently, your survey responses may be disclosed to the Minister in accordance with the responsibilities of that position. The department will not otherwise use or disclose any of the information you provide unless authorised or required by law to do so.

Your personal information will be handled in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009. You may read additional privacy information.

The engagement platform is hosted by EngagementHQ, a third party cloud based service platform owned and operated by Granicus. EngagementHQ/Granicus will provide the survey responses to the department as demographic data. EngagementHQ/Granicus will not otherwise use or disclose your data without your consent.


The Queensland Government is developing a new Queensland Youth Strategy to ensure we continue to listen to the voices of young Queenslanders (aged 12–25) and help them reach their full potential.

The world has changed a lot since our current Queensland Youth Strategy: Building young Queenslanders for a global future was released in 2017, so it’s time to collect fresh perspectives on how we can make our state a better place for young people.

We’re looking for your input into the new Queensland Youth Strategy to ensure it reflects:

  1. the current issues and challenges young people are facing
  2. the services, support and information they need
  3. how government can connect and engage with youth stakeholders better.

Your feedback will help guide how young people, stakeholders, government and the community can work together to ensure your voices are heard in achieving a brighter future.

Consultation closes at 5pm 25 November 2022.


Discussion paper

You can view the Discussion paper to read an overview of what we've heard from previous engagement and feedback activities with young Queenslanders.

Responses to the discussion paper and the questions it presents can be provided by completing the online survey.


Survey

  1. You will need to set up an account to complete the survey. It only takes a few minutes. Setting up an account help protects the integrity of the survey results.
  2. Log in and respond to the questions posed in the discussion paper. Responses can be completed gradually—you can save and return to your submission at any time.
  3. The survey will take around 15 mins to complete.
  4. Click the Take Survey button below to start answering the questions.


Privacy statement

Personal information provided by way of responses to this online survey, including screen name, email address and demographic data, is collected by the Department of Environment and Science (the department) for the purpose of informing the new Queensland Youth Strategy.

The Office for Youth in the Department of Environment and Science will use this information to determine the extent to which the survey responses reflect the youth of Queensland. The Office for Youth falls within the portfolio responsibilities of the Minister for Science and Youth Affairs. Consequently, your survey responses may be disclosed to the Minister in accordance with the responsibilities of that position. The department will not otherwise use or disclose any of the information you provide unless authorised or required by law to do so.

Your personal information will be handled in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009. You may read additional privacy information.

The engagement platform is hosted by EngagementHQ, a third party cloud based service platform owned and operated by Granicus. EngagementHQ/Granicus will provide the survey responses to the department as demographic data. EngagementHQ/Granicus will not otherwise use or disclose your data without your consent.


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