Live-stream: Young Mob Yarns
Young Mob Yarns offers a safe space to have a yarn on a range of topics, share knowledge, and form meaningful connections. In light of the recent announcement of the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission, named after the Wemba Wemba/Wamba Wamba word for ‘truth’, this event will explore what truth and justice look like to young people. Speakers will discuss the process…
We Are Family: Supporting LGBTIQA+ Family Members
More than six in ten LGBTIQA+ young people in Australia have experienced family violence or abuse from family members.
How can we make sure that young LGBTIQA+ people are safe, respected and supported at home? What role do parents, siblings and other family members have to play in preventing family violence? And what needs to shift in our communities and…
Mapping Culture: Something Old, Something New
Culture is a living thing: always growing, always changing. But it’s important to hold onto a sense of who we are and where we’ve come from.
So, how do young artists and creators find the balance between old and new in an ever-shifting landscape? In this era of rapid globalisation, how do they create work that honours the unique traditions…
Blaze Your Trail: Youth Activism Workshop with Nevo Zisin
'If you’re not pissing someone off, you’re not doing activism right.'
Non-binary performer, writer and activist Nevo Zisin is acutely aware of the power of words: the importance of learning how to wield them, and how to push back when you need to.
In this hands-on workshop for budding activists aged 13 to 21, Nevo will share inspiring stories of…
Jean Hinchliffe: Lead the Way
Want to take action and fight for what’s right, but don’t know where to start?
Climate activist Jean Hinchliffe can help with that. At 17 years old, Jean has already got enough tips, tools and stories to fill a book. In fact, she’s done just that. Lead the Way: How to change the world from a teen activist and school…
Jeez Louise: Transplaining
Trans, non-binary, and gender-diverse comedians and performers are standing up and stepping out. As the world evolves its understanding of gender identity, preferred pronouns and social norms, gender-transcendent stars are reaching wider and more diverse audiences and garnering critical acclaim.
To further interrogate, understand and celebrate their careers, Jeez Louise: Transplaining brings together an incredible panel of writers and performers…
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