Young people with disability aged 16 to 25 are invited to participate in a research project about what it means to feel and be safe.
The research is called the Safety Project and is being conducted by the Centre for Children and Young People at Southern Cross University, with the University of New South Wales Social Policy Research Centre, Children and Young People with Disability Australia and People with Disability Australia.
The researchers will be holding two sessions with small groups of young people with disability at the Youth Disability Advocacy Service, Level 3, 180 Flinders Street, Melbourne. These sessions will be held on:
• 15 November from 3-5 pm; and
• 16 November from 5-7 pm.
If you or someone you know is interested in participating, you must contact Meaghan Vosz on 02 6620 3062 or firstname.lastname@example.org to register to attend.
Further information about the research is available at http://www.thesafetyproject.net/
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