Youth are one of the primary audiences of many public legal education resources and services. Some address the needs of youth who have immediate legal needs; some prepare them for asserting their legal rights and assuming their legal obligations as adults, some assist them in understanding the legal problems that their families might be dealing with, and others prepare them to engage as active citizens.
Some needs assessments also address preferred or effective ways of meeting the needs of youth.
Documents of interest: Needs of youth
8. Addressing the Legal Needs of LGBTQ2S Youth Experiencing Homelessness in Abramovich, A., & Shelton, J. (Eds.). (2017). Where Am I Going to Go? Intersectional Approaches to Ending LGBTQ2S Youth Homelessness in Canada & the U.S. Toronto: Canadian Observatory on Homelessness Press.
Vulnerable Youth in Alberta: An Overview of Needs, Challenges,
and Supports Available. Published by the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta.
Legal_needs_of_younger_people_in_Australia_FINAL Published by the Law and Justice Foundation of New South Wales in Updating Justice No. 27, August 2013. This is summary of the findings from the Legal Australia-Wide (LAW) Survey on the legal problems experienced by younger people aged 15–24 years in Australia.