Koorie Youth Council Profile

Koorie Youth Council

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BLOG: My people, my people by Banok Rind 25.02.21

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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OPPORTUNITY: Marram Nganyin Aboriginal Youth Mentoring Project Officer role 03.02.21

Do you want to support young mob to develop skills and connections to strengthen culture and communities? Our friends at Youth Affairs Council Victoria (YACVic) are looking for a full-time Aboriginal Youth Mentoring Project Officer to provide training, resources and support to five deadly Aboriginal organisations across the state. The Marram Nganyin Aboriginal Youth Mentoring Project provides local mentoring opportunities...


BLOG: Introducing our new Events & Partnerships Officer! 21.12.20

I belong to the Barkindji nation, the name Barkindji comes from the word barka meaning river and more accurately means belonging to the river. I was raised on Latji Latji Country (Mildura) for 17 years and have called Narrm (Melbourne) home for the past four. This year, I graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Arts in...


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EVENT: Shape our future – Victorian Youth Strategy online forums 17.11.20

Shape Victoria’s new youth strategy by sharing your experiences and ideas! The Victorian Government is working on a new youth strategy and we have an opportunity to join the conversation. These online forums hosted by KYC are for young mob, by young mob and directed by you. This will be an opportunity to share your expertise and insights as Aboriginal...


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NEWS: Happy NAIDOC Week! 09.11.20

After what has been an incredibly challenging year for our community, we enter NAIDOC week remembering what this week means to us. From a day of mourning and protest, we have adapted it to a week of celebrating the strength, courage and achievements of our families, communities and culture. This year’s theme 'Always was, always will be' is a theme that...