Young people are often unaware of their legal rights, and can feel powerless to enforce them. They therefore can be vulnerable to having their legal rights neglected or abused. Additionally, the legal system is complicated and often confusing to navigate.

Workers have a responsibility to ensure young people’s legal rights are respected and protected. Although workers may not have specific legal expertise, workers still have the responsibility to inform and empower young people, and can do this by educating them about their rights and assisting them to exercise these rights when appropriate.

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