Young People and Mentoring: Towards a National Strategy

A report released by DSF, The Smith Family and Big Brother Big Sister, suggests five key recommendations to move towards a National Strategy for Youth Mentoring.

It is time for a coordinated, resourced, national approach to Mentoring. Following consultations with key mentoring providers and others with expertise in the area.

Young People and Mentoring – Towards a National Strategy (342.5 kB)

June 2004

Author: Robyn Hartley

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