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Streets to Stage Recap

18 October 2016

Want to catch up on all the media coverage of our Streets to Stage tour? Check out the links below

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From the Streets to the Stage: The Interview [Part 3]

9 September 2016

This blog is the final part of a three part series of the Streets to Stage Q & A at William Clarke College. "I want to tell you that you all...

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From the Streets to the Stage: The Interview [Part 2]

31 August 2016

This blog is part two of a three part series* of the Q & A facilitated by guest MC Bee Orsini at William Clarke College on the 29th of July....

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From the Streets to the Stage: The Interview [Part 1]

24 August 2016

The performance featured a Q & A with the two musicians Ozone and Supernal about their youth homelessness experience. This blog is part one...

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Streets to Stage Wrap Up

8 August 2016

Streets to Stage is a high impact performance to raise awareness of youth homelessness; created by young musicians who have previously expe...

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The Cost of Youth Homelessness Research

21 April 2016

The Cost of youth homelessness in Australia study provides a concise account of the complexity and depth of problems that Australian homeles...

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Couch Surfing Students Research

21 April 2016

The Couch Surfing Students research study1 investigated the experiences and perceptions of and towards couch surfing secondary students in t...

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Beyond the Classroom

21 April 2016

Did you know there is hands on opportunities for students to participate, support and experience the work of the Salvos? Come and check out...

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The Couch Project Classroom

21 April 2016

The Couch Project Classroom aims to educate, inspire and provide students with the ability to counter youth homelessness, with the goal that...

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