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Peer-to-Peer Interview Project

The Peer-to-Peer Interview Project was a collaboration between the Mountains Youth Services Team (MYST) and Blue Mountains City Council. The purpose was to obtain the views of young people on...Read more


Peer-to-Peer Interview Project
Peer-to-Peer Interview Project
The Peer-to-Peer Interview Project was a collaboration between the Mountains Youth Services Team (MYST) and Blue Mountains City Council. The purpose was to obtain the views of young people on issues affecting their lives. This video is created from some of the 57 interviews conducted with young people across the city. Young people across the Blue Mountains were given video cameras and were asked to interview each other using the following questions: What do you like most about living in the Blue Mountains? Thinking about your immediate local neighbourhood, what would you say is the most important issue at the moment? What career and life ambitions do you have for when you leave school? Will your career and life ambitions enable you to continue to live in the Blue Mountains? Yes or No. If not, why not? The video was compiled by Michael Hanlon.