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Hunger, poverty, bullying impair youth, but they’re dealing

Despite the young adolescent period's significant physical, intellectual and emotional foment, the children-cum-teens in this 8–14-year-old age group receive relatively little attention from policymakers and academics. That is one of the findings from The Australian Child Wellbeing Project (ACWP) report prepared by researchers from the University of New South Wales and Flinders University.

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