Access a range of free resources from Black Dog Institute developed to help you understand and manage your mental health as well as find support for yourself or others.
Global Compact Network Australia has called for the Government to use the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as it creates policies to aid recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Through the confusion, stress and worry that the pandemic naturally causes, young activists and volunteers across the globe are generating ideas, energy and empathy, saving countless lives”.
This free webinar will explore the impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on international students, including how we can ensure all students have the support they need to get through what continue to be extremely difficult times.
FYA REPORT – THE NEW WORK STANDARD
FYA looks at what part time, casual, self-employed and gig work – or flexible work – means for young people, their livelihoods and careers.
Mental Health Foundation Australia is providing free online support groups that work towards improving an individual’s well-being. “The support groups allow members to exchange new methods, skills and strategies to cope with current challenges”.
One Young World, the global forum for young leaders, is establishing a fund for young leaders on the frontlines of the COVID-19 response.
The report, Will Australian charities be COVID-19 casualties or partners in recovery? A Financial Health Check, models the potential impact on the financial health of Australia’s 16,000 registered charities with employees (excluding those run purely by volunteers) to better understand the effects and identify systemic solutions.
“As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, UNICEF teams around the world and here in Australia are urgently working to keep communities safe, strengthen fragile health systems, and share critical public health messages.”
“Find out about your workplace entitlements and obligations if you’re affected by the outbreak of COVID-19”
“It is important for anyone experiencing family violence to know that family violence is never ok, no matter the circumstances or situation.”
So what are the signs that a staff member might be going through a mental health challenge? What can do you to support them through it?
Resources for anxiety and your mental health in a global climate of uncertainty.
“Inspired by the actions of young people across the world we’ve compiled a set of actions that anyone can take to join the fight against misinformation and stigma”
Research conducted by the YAC Vic on youth sector organisations showing how COVID-19 has impacted these organisations and how it has changed the lives of young people.
“Many of Victoria’s best storytellers are doing it tough at the moment—just as our stories need telling the most. Do you have a personal story of life in isolation – share it now”
Four strategies for NFP leaders and managers to help their employees best adjust to the workplace again.
David Gonski, Professor Peter Shergold and CEO Professor Kristy Muir discuss the future of education and look at educational inequity, future educational patterns and how to reshape education for social impact in the future.
“This report provides a summary of the survey results and marks one of the first of many actions these organizations have taken to understand the needs of the youth-serving sector in order to provide a coordinated and timely response to the ongoing and evolving crisis of COVID-19.”