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Experiences of COVID-19 for takatāpui, queer, gender diverse, and intersex young people aged 16-24 Julie Radford Poupard

By: Radford Poupard, Julie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Point & Associates, 2021Description: electronic document (33 pages) ; PDF: 1.53 MB.Subject(s): New Zealand. Ministr y of Youth Development | ADOLESCENTS | COVID-19 | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | LGBTIQ+ | MENTAL HEALTH | ONLINE HARASSMENT | PANDEMICS | YOUNG PEOPLE | TAITAMARIKI | TAKATĀPUI | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Download report, PDF, 1.53 MB Summary: MYD commissioned this research to better understand the experiences of rainbow rangatahi aged 16-24 years of COVID-19, and Alert Levels 3 and 4 and the pandemic in general. The Report aimed to understand the enablers, needs, challenges, and barriers for young people and the impact COVID-19 will have on their futures. It looked at what young people need to improve their futures to help guide government, policymakers, and people who work with young people and the wider sector. Data was collected in October 2020 using an online survey, a roundtable of Rainbow organisations, interviews, and a focus group. Participation was encouraged and advertised on Facebook and Instagram and was also promoted on MYD’s social media channels and by various rainbow organisations. This report is a first step towards setting out those needs and aims to provide a pathway for policymakers and community organisations who work with and for rainbow young people. (From the Ministry of Youth Development (MYD) website). Record #7450
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Published February 2021

MYD commissioned this research to better understand the experiences of rainbow rangatahi aged 16-24 years of COVID-19, and Alert Levels 3 and 4 and the pandemic in general. The Report aimed to understand the enablers, needs, challenges, and barriers for young people and the impact COVID-19 will have on their futures. It looked at what young people need to improve their futures to help guide government, policymakers, and people who work with young people and the wider sector.

Data was collected in October 2020 using an online survey, a roundtable of Rainbow organisations, interviews, and a focus group. Participation was encouraged and advertised on Facebook and Instagram and was also promoted on MYD’s social media channels and by various rainbow organisations.

This report is a first step towards setting out those needs and aims to provide a pathway for policymakers and community organisations who work with and for rainbow young people. (From the Ministry of Youth Development (MYD) website). Record #7450

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