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News Talks #4: Mental health and unemployment assistance needed for students


We continue our interviews with the Foundation for Young Australian’s Local and Vocal Campaigners. This week Holly Mark and Youssef Saudie spoke to Trent and Taida. They discussed mental health and employment concerns of both international and local students with their respective members of Parliament, Clare O’Neil and Bridget McKenzie.


Trent and Taida, Foundation for Young Australian’s Local and Vocal Campaigners


Holly Mark
Youssef Saudie

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