Building the youth sector from the bottom up : case studies from the Queensland CPLAN Initiative 2012-2013
Crane, Philip R. (2013) Building the youth sector from the bottom up : case studies from the Queensland CPLAN Initiative 2012-2013. Youth Affairs Network of Queensland, Brisbane, QLD.
As part of YANQ's decentralisation across the state, YANQ have set up 10 Networks across Queensland, with Facilitators based in each of the regions. We encourage you to get in contact with your local Facilitator if you would like to have input on Workforce Development or youth policy issues. CPLANs aim to create an ongoing and sustainable structure across ten regions in Queensland to support a consistent focus on:
⋅ Policy issues relevant to young people; and
⋅ Workforce development strategies for the youth sector from a local, regional and state perspective.
The ten CPLANs fall under the existing structure of YANQ and utlise and lever off the comprehensive network of youth inter-‐agencies and networks across the state. The ten CPLANs are made up of representatives from the youth sector in each region who have an interest in contributing to policy development and workforce issues.
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