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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 homeless youth face. This research provided a snapshot of the experiences and issues that homeless you face, these in...

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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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Cool Australia

Cool Australia

21 April 2016

Cool Australia is an organization that provides teachers with educational resources and activities that aim to make teaching resources and a...

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The Couch Project Launch Night

21 August 2015

The Couch Project Launch Night was developed by the Salvos Schools Ambassadors as a way to raise awareness and funds for The Salvation Army&...

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Salvos Schools Official Launch

15 April 2015

We are proud to launch Salvos Schools this year.  In 2011, our initiative was born to support Schools using THE OASIS youth homelessne...

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Social Justice Conference

27 March 2015

The Salvation Army’s Social Justice Conference was held on the 26th and 27th of March designed by students to equip Year 9 and 10 st...

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Stories of Youth Homelessness - ACHPER

15 February 2015

Our friends at The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) have written a blog about our brand new teachin...

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