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Koorie Youth Council announces Executive Officer Indi Clarke’s resignation  06.07.22

Koorie Youth Council

Koorie Youth Council (KYC), the representative body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in Victoria, would like to acknowledge the invaluable work Indi Clarke has contributed over five and a half years of working as the Executive Officer. Indi has recently resigned from KYC and will finish up in late August. Indi is a proud Mutti Mutti, Wemba...

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2022 Koorie Youth Summit artwork – submissions extended! 28.06.22

Koorie Youth Council

Are you the next artist for the Koorie Youth Summit? We are on the lookout for deadly young people from Victoria to create the main artwork for this year’s Summit. The selected artwork will feature as the 2022 Koorie Youth Summit logo and will capture the theme. The theme for this year’s Summit, ‘For Us, By Us, With Us’ is...

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Now Hiring: Communications Officer – Applications extended! 27.06.22

Koorie Youth Council

We’re hiring! We’re on the lookout for a deadly Communications Officer to join our team! You’ll be passionate about connecting with and creating community both online and offline (especially social media!), have an eye for design, love to write and be driven by social justice and youth participation. If this sounds like you - we’d love to hear from you!...

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Applications extended: Community Engagement Facilitator role 22.06.22

Koorie Youth Council

Applications are now open until Tuesday 19 July at 11.30pm. We’re hiring! Join our deadly team!   Are you the next Koorie Youth Summit organiser? We are on the lookout for a Community Engagement Facilitator!   You’ll be a deadly event organiser who loves leading and coordinating events, logistics, facilitation and engaging with community.   This role is for open...

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Wayipunga (supporting young people) resource 21.06.22

Koorie Youth Council

After years of development, we are excited to announce that the Wayipunga resource, formerly the Koorie Youth Participation Resource is live! Wayipunga in Dja Dja Wurrung language means ‘supporting young people’ and is an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth participation framework that provides workers, organisations and government with strategies to support young people’s participation in decision-making processes. This resource...

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