"Do we want our young people to be passengers or participants? The results of our 2013, 2014 and 2015 surveys provide a compelling picture of the strengths of young Australians, but also point to areas where we need to lift our game. We have a group of bright, capable and ingenious young Australians who are well connected in their schools and families. What we fail to do is to call upon their strengths in a meaningful way to give them the sense that they can be co-creators in Australia's future."

Andrew Fuller, Director, Resilient Youth Australia.


Since January 2013 Resilient Youth Australia has surveyed 81,563 students (39898 females and 41665 males) in Years 3 to 12, in over 400 government and independent schools, across Australia.