Mission Australia is encouraging young people in Dubbo to have a say in its 2019 Youth Survey.
This year's survey will ask some new focus questions to better understand young people's thoughts around bullying, disability and whether young people feel they have enough of a say about the issues that affect them.
To celebrate the 18th birthday of Mission Australia, the charity is hoping more than 30,000 people across Australia "come to the party" and complete the survey.
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Mission Australia State Director Nada Nasser encourages young people in Dubbo and across NSW to share their aspirations, concerns and views.
"We're very proud of our Youth Survey, as every year it offers an important temperature check on the thoughts, concerns and aspirations of young Australians," Ms Nasser said.
"Thanks to the Youth Survey, many organisations like Mission Australia have current evidence on what young people are thinking and experiencing, which helps us to advocate with them and for them for the services and policy changes that they need."
Mission Australia's Youth Survey is open to all young people aged 15 to 19-years-old. Take part through the Mission Australia website. It closes on July 31.