Since 2002, the Streetsmart Handbook has been delivered to teenagers at secondary schools with the aim of helping to educate our youth on important topics relevant to them as they transition into adult life.
NHWA’s partnership with the Streetsmart Handbook will not only assist teenagers with subjects such as cyber bullying, depression, social behaviour in the community, dangers of drugs/alcohol and much more but will also engage our brand and goals in creating a safe, connected and inclusive community, where people feel empowered, informed and engaged with one another and with local police.
The Streetsmart Handbook will not only benefit teenagers but will also give their families guidance towards various places, organisations and contacts whenever they need assistance.
This is an exciting venture for NHWA!
|Copies||Hard Copies and Electronic versions to all schools. (3 editions annually)|
|Readership||60,000 annually (approx)|
|Size||A4 (210mm x 297mm)|
|Format||Up to 10 different sponsor inserts to support local members with corporate sponsors in all copies|
|Distribution||Year 11 students through local High Schools, Secondary Colleges, Alternative Learning Schools, school teachers, all Aboriginal Land Councils, various Aboriginal Corporations and valued supporters|
• 3 editions per year (February, June & October)
• Artwork required 6 weeks prior to delivery date (Last deadline)
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