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Elections Canada Online | The Electoral Participation of Diverse Canadian Youth in the 2015 Federal Election

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Fpart%2Fyth%2Fyp%2Fepd&document=p6&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... presents bivariate relationships and displays access barriers, resources, and political attitudes for the various subgroups of youth. The first section of Table 3 presents the access barriers and levels of knowledge about the electoral process for the 11 youth subgroups. We first note that Aboriginal youth, visible minority youth, unemployed youth, students

Elections Canada Online | The Electoral Participation of Diverse Canadian Youth in the 2015 Federal Election

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Fpart%2Fyth%2Fyp%2Fepd&document=p7&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... of Table 3 compares the political resources and attitudes across subgroups of young Canadians. First, we note that Aboriginal youth are not less interested by politics or the federal election, but they have lower levels of political knowledge, compared to non-Aboriginal youth. Aboriginal youth tend to feel less politically competent than their non-Aboriginal

Elections Canada Online | The National Youth Election Survey Report: A Subgroup Analysis of Political and Civic Participation among Canadian Youth

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Fpart%2Fyth%2Fyp%2Fcpcy&document=p3&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... of political and civic participation. As regards the comparison among the youth subgroups, only the unemployed and rural youth are substantially less involved, on average, than the rest of Canada's young citizens. Conversely, in stark contrast with the 2011 federal election, Aboriginal youth reported voting in 2015 to the same extent as non-Aboriginal youth. 2.1 How

Call for proposals - International Aboriginal Youth Internships Initiative

https://www.international.gc.ca/world-monde/funding-financement/iayi-sija-2016.aspx?lang=eng

Mar 29, 2017 ...Call for proposals - International Aboriginal Youth Internships Initiative This call is now closed. The deadline for proposal submissions was March 28, 2017. Proposals received after the deadline will not be accepted. Important notice: Update regarding preliminary Performance Measurement Framework - Indicators for intermediate outcomes Due to space

Elections Canada Online | 2015 National Youth Survey

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Feval%2Fpes2015%2Fnys&document=sum&lang=e

Jul 9, 2019 ... from voting. The study generated information on the voting behaviour of youth in general as well as different youth subgroups – namely, Aboriginal youth, ethnocultural youth, Footnote 1 unemployed youth not in school, Footnote 2 youth with disabilities and youth residing in rural areas. The results of the 2011 survey were subsequently used by Elections Canada

Elections Canada Online | The Electoral Participation of Diverse Canadian Youth in the 2015 Federal Election

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Fpart%2Fyth%2Fyp%2Fepd&document=p4&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ...+) • 72.8 1,864 Aboriginal status Aboriginal youth 70.0 110 Non-Aboriginal youth • 71.5 2,333 Visible minority status Visible minority youth 69.6 408 Non-visible-minority youth • 72.8 1,985 Disability status Youth with disability 70.6 102 Youth without disability • 71.6 2,340 Occupational status Unemployed youth 47.0*** 83 Students 73.3 505 Employed youth • 72.3

Elections Canada Online | Main Findings

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Jul 10, 2019 ... service was more than twice as high among youth than among older adults (28% vs. 12%). Access barriers Youth were less likely to say they received a voter information card (VIC) – 76% of youth reported receiving a VIC, compared to 94% of older adults. Fewer Aboriginal youth (66%), unemployed youth (67%) and youth aged 18 to 22 (69%) reported receiving one. Youth

Elections Canada Online | The National Youth Election Survey Report: A Subgroup Analysis of Political and Civic Participation among Canadian Youth

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Fpart%2Fyth%2Fyp%2Fcpcy&document=p6&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... suggested (see Gélineau, 2013). A particularly encouraging finding is the increase in the participation of Aboriginal youth, who, in contrast with the previous federal elections, voted in 2015 as much as non-Aboriginal citizens. Interestingly, Aboriginal youth, though, remain disadvantaged in terms of voter turnout drivers such as socioeconomic resources

Elections Canada Online | The Electoral Participation of Diverse Canadian Youth in the 2015 Federal Election

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Fpart%2Fyth%2Fyp%2Fepd&document=p1&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... of the population. However, there is evidence that there is some variation within the group of young Canadians and that some youth vote less than others. This report examines the variation in voter turnout among Canadians aged 18 to 34 years old, and investigates the causes of the lower propensity to vote of diverse groups of young Canadians. The report compares: Aboriginal

Elections Canada Online | The Electoral Participation of Diverse Canadian Youth in the 2015 Federal Election

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=rec%2Fpart%2Fyth%2Fyp%2Fepd&document=p8&lang=e

Jul 17, 2019 ... the 2015 federal election.Footnote 11 Table 4 presents the rates of social and political mobilization experienced by the different youth subgroups in the context of the 2015 federal election.Footnote 12 The results reveal that Aboriginal youth, visible minority youth, and students were substantially more encouraged to vote by their personal networks

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