Next Generation Youth Forum

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The Next Generation Youth Forum brings together socially conscious young Australians to share their bright ideas, to become empowered, to engage in relationships that make a valued contribution.

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Student Ambassador hosts introducing the day’s proceedings and sharing the history and the purpose of the Next Generation Youth Forum.
Student Ambassador hosts introducing the day’s proceedings and sharing the history and the purpose of the Next Generation Youth Forum.
Batyr Founder and CEO, Sebastian Robertson, sharing his mission of changing the stigma of mental health illness.
Batyr Founder and CEO, Sebastian Robertson, sharing his mission of changing the stigma of mental health illness.
Julian O’Shea, Director of Engineers Without Borders, shares and engages with students in his workshop about being able to make a career from your passions.
Julian O’Shea, Director of Engineers Without Borders, shares and engages with students in his workshop about being able to make a career from your passions.
Darcy Gilligan, sharing his experiences of recently returning from the United Nations Convention on Climate Change.
Darcy Gilligan, sharing his experiences of recently returning from the United Nations Convention on Climate Change.
Students participating in the Forum’s final concluding activity – the web of connectivity, where, upon catching the ball of string, students were invited to share what they had learnt from the day.
Students participating in the Forum’s final concluding activity – the web of connectivity, where, upon catching the ball of string, students were invited to share what they had learnt from the day.
Students intricately connected through shared thoughts, experiences and plans for taking what they had learnt back to their schools and communities to create positive change and make a difference.
Students intricately connected through shared thoughts, experiences and plans for taking what they had learnt back to their schools and communities to create positive change and make a difference.

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