Queensland Rail (QR) has launched a new safety initiative, aimed at preventing illegal track crossings.
The campaign was developed and designed by Human Ventures who employed a team of young people as peer consultants on the project.
Young people have been identified as the group most at risk of crossing railway tracks at dangerous locations, and consequently the most at risk of injury or death.
The campaign also features Jonathon Beninca who, on 16th January 1999, arrived at a train station thinking services had ceased for the night so he jumped down on the tracks to take a shortcut.
The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) has engaged Human to scope and support key aspects of their national expansion.
FYA recently formed a strategic alliance with the Education Foundation (EF) and is now the largest youth-focussed philanthropic organisation in Australia.
The combined organisations have a greater capacity to advocate in ways that make a real and positive impact to the lives of Young Australians and the increased Read more