A World For, By and

With Young People

A World For, By and With Young People

We represent and promote the rights, interests and wellbeing of young Canberrans and those who work with them.

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Recent Publications

One of the ways that the Youth Coalition aims to achieve its objectives is through pro-actively engaging in the development of policy that affects young people aged 12 – 25, and responding to policy activities such as discussion papers and strategies.

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02feb9:30 am11:00 amYHHF – Thurs 2nd February

10feb10:00 am12:00 pmMYAN – Friday February 10th

20feb10:00 am11:30 amLaunch of the ACT Youth Work Code of Ethical Practice

What we Do

The Youth Coalition takes a collaborative approach to all its work, in consulting and engaging with members and stakeholders on policy and advocacy opportunities; and in the development and implementation of sector development.

CNCT

CNCT has been developed in order for young people to connect with the services they need in the ACT.

Vision

A World For, By And With Young People.

The Youth Coalition is the peak youth affairs body in the ACT. As a membership based organisation, the Youth Coalition is responsible for representing and promoting the rights, interests and wellbeing of the estimated 78,000 young Canberrans aged 12-25 years and those who work with them.

Young People

Representation and Engagement

Meaningfully engage young people, the youth sector and the broader community to guide and inform our work.

Change

Policy and Advocacy

Influence policy, culture, and society to improve outcomes for young people

Develop

Sector Development

Strengthen the capacity and capability of the community to respond to the needs of young people.

Investigate

Research and Evaluation

Drive and leverage research and evaluation to support, inform,
and contribute to policy and practice affecting young people.

Representing the rights, interests and wellbeing of

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Young Canberrans

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