We actively promote the human rights, well-being and aspirations of the young people in the ACT.

The Youth Coalition is the peak youth affairs body in the Australian Capital Territory

We are responsible for representing the interests of people aged between 12 and 25 years, and those who work with them.

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ANNUAL REPORT

2016 - 2017

No two years are the same at the Youth Coalition, and 2016-17 proved to be another busy and exciting year for our organisation. Thanks to our staff team, board, members organisations, youth workers, and all the young people to contributed to to our work throughout the year.`

2017 YOGIE AWARD WINNERS

The YOGIES recognise, celebrate, promote and reward outstanding practice in working with young people in the ACT and surrounding area. The YOGIES highlight the exceptional commitment, talent and innovation that exist in the youth sector.

 

The awards ceremony was held on Friday 8 December , 2 - 4pm.

WE WORK TO REPRESENT YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS

ADVOCACY

We undertake a range of advocacy work that aims to raise awareness of emerging issues to both government and to the broader community.

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POLICY

The Youth Coalition is a key body for information about policy relating to young people in the ACT. We have a range of general policy positions that are outlined in our Policy Platform.

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SECTOR

DEVELOPMENT

The Youth Coalition is committed to ensuring that those who work with young people are able to access quality support and resources to assist them in their work.

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PROJECTS

The Youth Coalition undertakes a range of projects, both ongoing and in response to current issues.

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Position Vacant: Executive Director, Youth Coalition of the ACT

The Youth Coalition is currently recruiting for the role of Executive Director. The Executive Director reports directly to the Board and has primary responsibility for the effective operational leadership and management of The Youth Coalition of the ACT. The Executive Director will bring a practical understanding of the ACT youth sector; create meaningful engagement with young people, member organisations and funding bodies; and lead policy debate on issues that affect young people. They will be experienced and skilled at leading a small organisation and managing competing demands. 

AGM & Members Morning Tea

The Youth Coalition's 2017 Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 2 November 2017 at the Youth Coalition, 46 Clianthus Street O'Connor. The AGM will commence at 10am, immediately followed by a morning tea for our members. An information pack for potential board nominees, and a board nomination form, will be sent out to members via email in the coming weeks. To ensure your membership and contact details are up to date, contact Sharon on 6247 3540 or office@youthcoalition.net  

AOD & Harm Reduction Training for Youth Workers

The Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug Association ACT (ATODA) are hosting alcohol and other drug (AOD) & harm reduction training in collaboration with the Youth Coalition of the ACT. There will be 2 x one day training sessions, held on 30 & 31 October, and there is no charge to attend (a late cancellation / no show fee policy applies). 

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46 Clianthus St O'Connor ACT 2602

My Mail:

PO Box 5232  Lyneham ACT 2602

Phone: (02) 6247 3540

Email: info@youthcoalition.net

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We actively promote the human rights, well-being and aspirations of the young people in the ACT.
WE WORK TO REPRESENT YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS
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We actively promote the human rights, well-being and aspirations of the young people in the ACT.
WE WORK TO REPRESENT YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS
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We actively promote the human rights, well-being and aspirations of the young people in the ACT.
WE WORK TO REPRESENT YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS
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We actively promote the human rights, well-being and aspirations of the young people in the ACT.
WE WORK TO REPRESENT YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS
LATEST NEWS
We actively promote the human rights, well-being and aspirations of the young people in the ACT.
WE WORK TO REPRESENT YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE FOLLOWING WAYS
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We actively promote the human rights, well-being and aspirations of the young people in the ACT.
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