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2019 Koorie Youth Summit – Georgia’s journey 04.09.19

Koorie Youth Council

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eusy4s4jSmw&feature=youtu.be[/embed] There’s mob from all across the country living on the lands of the Kulin Nation in Victoria. All on our own journey 🖤💛❤️💚💙 That’s why Koorie Youth Summit is important and so unique. A gathering place where we all support each other on our own paths in a culturally safe space. In this video, Georgia shares her journey with...

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2019 Koorie Youth Summit – Djerami’s journey 20.08.19

Koorie Youth Council

“For me for it was a great touchstone to be able to strengthen myself. And these sorts of events helps us decompress and know that there are others going through the same thing.” Koorie Youth Summit is a unique event to gather and connect from across the state. In this video, proud Gkuthaarn man, Djerami Malapaarn Gkuthaarn Callope,  reflects on...

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Youth Affairs Council of Victoria (YACVic)’s Submission 24.07.19

Koorie Youth Council

Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System Submission Youth Affairs Council Victoria (YACVic), the peak body and leading advocate for young people aged 12–25 and youth workers in Victoria have released a Submission to the Royal Commission into Mental Health. The joint Submission with YACVic, Youth Disability Service (YDAS), Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC), and KYC, is a comprehensive, dedicated report...

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Mindfulness and Aboriginal Culture by Levi McKenzie Kirkbright 24.07.19

Koorie Youth Council

Young Aboriginal people living in big cities feel as though living in metropolitan areas  prevent them from practicing those parts of our culture based on being "on country" or  "out bush." I grew up in Sydney and now live in Melbourne, so I feel the tension between connecting  to nature and the necessity of living in the city for my...

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From Executive member to Staff by Cienan Muir 10.07.19

Cienan Muir

When I was eight years old I experienced my first confrontation of racism. My mother and I were living in a country town at the time, a town notorious for its racism. I remember feeling more sad and frustrated than anything else, because I just wanted to be accepted for who I am, and racism acts to make some feel...

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