Youth Wellbeing Survey 2013

This report was prepared for the agencies partnering in the CERA Youth Wellbeing Survey. It presents a high-level overview of results from a survey of young people living in greater Christchurch aged 12 to 24 years who chose to participate in the online survey.

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