Building Critical Social Infrastructure

 

Building Critical Social Infrastructure

Nation building requires infrastructure – roads, rail, ports, schools, hospitals, and community centres. The business case for expanding school based mentoring addresses an essential component of social infrastructure critical to enabling our young people to lead fulfilling and productive lives. A new report from the Youth Mentoring Network and DSF on the business case for expanding support for school based mentoring in Australia.

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February 2009

Authors:

  • Ian Colley – Skill Strategies
  • Rebecca Hanlon
2019-10-21T17:09:52+00:00

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