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EVENT: Young Mob Yarns Live — YIRRAMBOI x The Wheeler... 23.03.21

Koorie Youth Council

Young Mob Yarns Live   Thursday 13 May 2021 6.00pm-7.30pm at The Wheeler Centre Book tickets now   *This is an autonomous event for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people aged 14-28 yrs only* Young Mob Yarns offers a safe space to have a yarn on a range of topics, share knowledge, and form meaningful connections. In light of the...

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NAIDOC week artwork

NEWS: Happy NAIDOC Week! 09.11.20

Koorie Youth Council

After what has been an incredibly challenging year for our community, we enter NAIDOC week remembering what this week means to us. From a day of mourning and protest, we have adapted it to a week of celebrating the strength, courage and achievements of our families, communities and culture. This year’s theme 'Always was, always will be' is a theme that...

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OPPORTUNITY: KYC Communications Officer role – Applications close 23 November! 09.11.20

Koorie Youth Council

We’re on the look out for a deadly Communications Officer to join the KYC team! You’ll join our team of passionate advocates dedicated to amplifying the voices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people! You’ll be: Passionate about connecting with and creating community both online and offline Multi-skilled in all things communications (writing, graphic design, social media, video, newsletters...

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young people at the Koorie Youth Summit

OPPORTUNITY: KYC Events & Partnerships Officer role – Applications extended... 01.10.20

Koorie Youth Council

Applications extended until 12 October!  Always wanted to work behind the scenes at our annual Koorie Youth Summit? Join the KYC team! We are on the lookout for a deadly Events & Partnerships Officer! You’ll join our passionate team dedicated to amplifying the voiApplications close 9 am Monday 28 September.ces of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people. You’ll be: Passionate...

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Morgan Rudd with her dog working from home

BLOG: COVID-19—limits pushed and emotions tested by Morgan Rudd 12.08.20

Koorie Youth Council

Who would have thought that the year of 2020 would be such a whirlwind and devastating time for our mob. From bush fires to the COVID-19 pandemic with BLM marches, the usual racist remarks and comments we face as Aboriginal people, cultural loads jam packed and everything else in between, this year we have no doubt had our limits pushed...

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