Voice of Our Youth encourages all schools to recognise that their entire student body, not just those in leadership positions, are uniquely placed to advocate on the issues and policies that impact them, and recommends that the school engage their student body in real dialogue on the topics that matter most to their young people.


What might seem small or insignificant to adults at first glance may have complex underlying issues behind them that warrant unpacking and workshopping through a human centred design framework/process to find new ways of working together for better outcomes for all.


See page 30 of the full report for the full list of recommendations and specific examples on youth voice.