programs in the region and much of the knowledge from local, national and international work is dispersed and often unpublished.
A study was undertaken in a partnership between the Centre for Remote Health (CRH) and the Central Australian Youth Link–Up
Service (CAYLUS) to explore the enablers and barriers of youth programs in remote Central Australian Indigenous communities.
The study involved interviews with stakeholders such as community members (including young people), youth workers and community service providers (teachers, store owners, police and health workers). Participants (n=60) were drawn from one community in each of the three Central Australian Shires (Barkly, Central Desert and MacDonnell).