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Telling the emperor / compiled and adapted by Jethro Sercombe ; illustrations by Chris Baker
Bib ID 3721634
Format BookBook
Author
Sercombe, Jethro
 
Description [Perth, W.A.] : Papercut Media for Office for Children and Young People's Policy, c2002 
36, 49 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0975009303
Full contents In 2 parts: Guide to youth participation in decision making for young people, and guide to youth participation in decision making for organisations. 
Notes

Cover title.

In two reversed sections with duplicate numbering.

Subjects Youth -- Decision making.  |  Decision making.
Other authors/contributors Baker, Chris  |  Western Australia. Office for Children & Young People's Policy

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