Safe Spaces: Growing Up in Queensland 2022
The Safe Spaces project aims to to support implementation of measures that will help young people feel safer in public spaces in their communities. The project responds to a previous finding about young people’s experiences of their community and used focus groups to find out what safe spaces mean to young people in Queensland.
Download the Safe Spaces Report below.
Safety for young people in FNQ
Grace talks about what makes young people feel unsafe in public spaces in Far North Queensland.
Safe spaces for young people in the Darling Downs
Alyssa and Gefion talk about feelings of safety public spaces in the Darling Downs.
Support services in the Darling Downs
Alyssa and Gefion share stakeholders’ views about crisis support services in the Darling Downs.
Crisis services in Darling Downs
Gefion summarises what stakeholders told us about the need for crisis services in the Darling Downs.
Accessible spaces for young people in FNQ
Grace talks about the need for accessible public spaces for young people in Far North Queensland.
Safe spaces for young people in FNQ
Grace talks about what young people in Far North Queensland need to feel safe in public spaces.
Safe Spaces for young people
Members of the Queensland Family and Child Commission’s Youth Advisory Council summarise what young people in the Darling Downs and Far North Queensland told us about feeling safe in their communities.