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Life-saving tips from young Muslim Australians

There are all sorts of hassles that young people have to deal with. Hassles at school, trouble at home. And for some of us, you can add poverty and racism to the mix. That's why a whole bunch of young Australians from Muslim backgrounds have come together to share our life-saving tips with you. We've made this publication and DVD about our ways to survive tough times in life. We hope the ideas we've come up with might be helpful to you, wherever you are living, and whenever you're feeling down.

This publication and DVD (PAL only) based on collective narrative practice can be used in work with young people who can then share their messages and responses via our website with young people from other parts of the world.  

Life-saving tips from young Muslim Australians

Author: Dulwich Centre Foundation

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