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Young person with text 'Join in and be heard'

Victorian Government – New Youth Strategy 14.10.20

Koorie Youth Council

Shape Victoria’s new youth strategy by sharing your experiences and ideas. The Victorian Government is working on a new youth strategy and over the next two months we have an opportunity to join the conversation through youth forums and an online survey. Ways to contribute: Fill out an online survey via the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria (YACVic) Join a...

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Northern metro online gathering with photos of facilitators Nikayla Bamblett and Philly

Northern Metro Online Gathering 13.10.20

Koorie Youth Council

Join us for our Northern Metro Online Gathering! Each Tuesday we will meet online to connect with each other and our community from all the way out to Whittlesea and everyone in between! We’re creating a space to explore, and learn tools and practical skills during these challenging times through 'Mindfulness and Connection' with Nikayla Bamblett and 'Hip hop &...

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young people at the Koorie Youth Summit

KYC Events & Partnerships Officer role – Applications extended until... 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 friend smiling

Life after high school… by Morgan Rudd 30.09.20

Koorie Youth Council

You’ve sat that final exam. You celebrated the end of thirteen long (very long) years of schooling. Now you’re expected to know what’s next. Your family, friends and teachers all expect you to go to uni. You’ve had the idea of university brainwashed into your mind since the day school began, but deep down you know that isn’t what you...

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Morgan Rudd with her dog working from home

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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