No one knows what young people need better than you - so here's your chance to let us know! Complete the 'your priorities' survey and be in the running to win one of five $100 gift vouchers. 

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Queensland Youth Matters

What's on your mind in 2019?

Tell us what your priorities are and go into the draw win one of five $100 gift cards!

We heard from over 1,200 young people about their top priorities in 2016 and as Queensland Youth Week is nearly here, what better time to check in again!

Have the issues facing young people changed, or are they still the same? Is there something brand new? Let us know.


Here's how to get involved.

  1. Register for the eHub (you don't have to register to complete the survey but you do to be eligible to win a prize.)
  2. Take the survey
  3. Do a quick poll
  4. That's it
  5. There's no more steps for this project

What then?

We'll use the information you share with us with to inform the work of the Queensland Youth Engagement Panel and future policy directions.

Once we've collated all of your responses, we'll publish them right here so you can see what your peers told us too.

Click the link for more information about the Queensland Youth Engagement Panel.


Read the terms and conditions for eligibility criteria for the competition.

The 5 winners will each receive a $100 voucher from their choice of one of the following stores:

  • JB Hifi
  • Dymocks
  • Rebel Sport
  • Event Cinemas
  • Hoyts Cinemas
  • City Beach
  • The 'Your Priorities' survey

    Tell us what matters most to you | Survey time: 5-10 mins

    Take this Survey

What's happened so far

In 2016, we undertook state-wide consultation to inform the development of the Queensland Youth Strategy.

Over 1,200 young Queenslanders told us that housing, education and employment, health and having a voice was important to them.

This information shaped the current Queensland Youth Strategy, and since then we have been working hard across government to improve outcomes for young people in our state.

 

Where we are going

Young people are our future, and although we have made some great progress in addressing their issues, there is still work to be done.

We want Queensland to be a state where young people are equipped with the skills needed to jump at opportunities and build strong, resilient futures.

In an ever changing world, we need to make sure we understand what matters to you.

So - tell us if what we heard in 2016 still matters and if there are other issues young Queenslanders are facing.