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The City of Launceston's 2021 Heritage Snap photography awards for students are now open. Heritage Snap is open to all school age students in the Launceston area and the theme for the 2020 awards is 'If walls could talk…' To address this year's theme and be in the running
During tough times, it’s normal for people to feel more stressed or concerned about things than usual. As students and parents continue to endure home schooling, we want to empower you with resources to help prioritise their wellbeing. That’s why we’re offering a special collection of wellbeing
The School That Tried to End Racism explores a program designed to provide school children with the tools to identify racial bias and make positive change. Filmed in a NSW primary school, a team of inspirational educators, and leading expert Professor Fiona White, attempt to reverse the racial bias in
Wear it Purple Day is about showing LGBTQ+ young people that they have the right to be proud of who they are. It is about creating safe spaces in schools, universities, workplaces and public spaces to show LGBTQ+ young people that they are seen and supported. Every year thousands of
What enduring changes do young people between the ages of 20 and 30 foresee after the COVID-19 pandemic, and what would Millennials and Generation Z do differently if they were in charge? This question was posed at the launch of the Davos Lab initiative in January 2021 during the World
AYAC, the federal peak body of young people and youth services, is hosting an online session to update the wider sector across Australia on these changes. Register here: https://www.ayac.org.au/events/youth-work-education Changes to Youth Work Education in Australia — Australian Youth Affairs CoalitionWe’re discussing changes happening
This session is perfect for those who work with children and who want to learn about or expand on their existing knowledge of techniques and strategies to support young people through grief. The Zoom session will run for 1 hour from 10.00 - 11.00am this Thursday 19 August.