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Meet KYC Executive Member Morgan Rudd 07.04.21

Koorie Youth Council

Morgan Rudd is a proud Yorta Yorta woman living on Dja Dja Wurrung Country (Bendigo). Get to know more about Morgan and how she came to be part of the KYC Executive.      How did you get involved with KYC? Through my job I started to see KYC Executive members and KYC staff at events and functions and when the opportunity to apply to join the KYC Exec came...

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NEWS: Victorian Government announces support for Aboriginal children and young... 07.04.21

Koorie Youth Council

24 March 2021   We acknowledge the Victorian Government’s announcement with the investment of nearly $12 million in culturally specific services and programs to support Aboriginal children and young people. We’re very glad to see support for the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service (VALS) to re-launch Balit Ngulu, a dedicated legal service for Aboriginal children and young people. Funding has also...

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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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Musings on International Women’s Day by Lily Graham 08.03.21

Koorie Youth Council

When I think of International Women’s Day, I’d love to say I think of freedom, liberation and equality, but I don’t. For this blog I was going to write a letter to my daughter. After much deliberation I decided against it. I don’t want to tell her that we live in a world where things aren’t fair, aren’t equal and sometimes just...

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My people, my people by Banok Rind 25.02.21

Koorie Youth Council

I come from a long line of staunch, grounded and strong Aboriginal women and men. My grandmother Marian Martin was known to be the epitome of strength. Through her trials and hardships, she stood strong, she stood proud and it was through the love and care for her family and her community she protected her babies, her family and her...

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