The Youth19 Rangatahi Smart Survey (Youth19) is the latest in the Youth2000 series of health & wellbeing surveys. Youth19 was conducted in 2019 in the Auckland, Northland & Waikato regions by researchers from The University of Auckland, Victoria University of Wellington, University of Otago & Auckland University of Technology.
The survey builds on previous Youth2000 surveys conducted by the Adolescent Health Research Group. Beginning in 1999, the Youth2000 series has included over 36,000 young people in Aotearoa, with findings used widely to inform policy and practice, here and overseas. Youth19 combines core Youth2000 questions with a new focus on rangatahi wellbeing and, for the first time, direct access to digital help options for participants.
All reports are here: https://www.youth19.ac.nz/publications/category/Report
Most recent reports include:
NEGOTIATING MULTIPLE IDENTITIES: INTERSECTING IDENTITIES AMONG MĀORI, PACIFIC, RAINBOW AND DISABLED YOUNG PEOPLE – 1 July 2021
EAST ASIAN, SOUTH ASIAN, CHINESE AND INDIAN STUDENTS IN AOTEAROA: A YOUTH19 REPORT – 24 June 2021
SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH OF NZ SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS: A YOUTH19 REPORT – 20 November 2020
ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES: A YOUTH19 REPORT – 9 September 2020
HAUORA HINENGARO / EMOTIONAL & MENTAL HEALTH: A YOUTH19 REPORT