Across Australia young people are working in new and innovative ways to make the world a better place. There is a movement of young people creating social change whether on their own, a youth led, or other youth sector organisations.
As part of National Youth Week, the Australian Youth Affairs Coalition (AYAC) – Australia’s peak body for young people and the youth sector – has teamed up with Tune In Not Out to create a space where young people involved in social action and changemaking can profile their story and invite other young people to get involved.
That space is now live! Head over to 'Own the Issue' to check out the videos, real stories, opportunities to be involved and much more.
The website www.tuneinnotout.com provides 24hr TV for life’s challenges. It offers young people video content supported by factsheets by leading youth agencies, real stories and blogs.
The 'Own the Issue' section on the Tune In Not Out website will be promoted online by AYAC and Tune In Not Out and will remain live during 2011.
Want to get involved?
To get involved please provide the following information in either an email or word document to email@example.com.
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Wednesday 25 February 2015
Youth peaks respond to McClure report
New welfare model raises concerns for young Australians
Australia’s peak bodies for young people and the sector that supports them – the Australian Youth Affairs Coalition (AYAC), the Youth Affairs Council of Victoria (YACVic), Youth Action NSW, Youth Coalition of the ACT, Youth Affairs Network Queensland (YANQ), Youth Network of Tasmania (YNOT), Youth Affairs Council of Western Australia (YACWA) and the Youth Affairs Council of South Australia (YACSA) – have raised joint concerns about the Final Report of the Reference Group on Welfare Reform to the Minister for Social Service (the McClure Report).