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MumBRELLA
Marketing to Islander and Indigenous cultures a focus of Homeground TalksSea Islander woman from Bundjalung country, is the National Director of the See
Marketing to Islander and Indigenous cultures a focus of Homeground Talks
MumBRELLA / Posted 4 days ago
Sea Islander woman from Bundjalung country, is the National Director of the Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. In her work, Amelia supports a national network of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander... Read more
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The Courier
Time to celebrate city’s leaders of the futurewith 20 per cent of them involved in some form of volunteer work. Others are in
Time to celebrate city’s leaders of the future
The Courier / Posted 22 days ago
with 20 per cent of them involved in some form of volunteer work. Others are involved in such worthwhile causes as the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. Sadly, however, many young people in the region feel a disconnect with the... Read more
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The Courier
National Youth Week: The city’s safe in their handswork – that’s higher than the state average of 15.5 per cent. Others have no i
National Youth Week: The city’s safe in their hands
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
work – that’s higher than the state average of 15.5 per cent. Others have no idea Ballarat has 150 members in The Australian Youth Climate Coalition. But fewer people know more young people living in Ballarat feel they have a low... Read more
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The Young Witness
Meghan’s top achievementof the The NSW/ACT Young Achiever of the Year was Grace Liley, 23, of Blakehurs
Meghan’s top achievement
The Young Witness / Posted 24 days ago
of the The NSW/ACT Young Achiever of the Year was Grace Liley, 23, of Blakehurst who is the NSW Coordinator for the Australian Youth Climate Coalition. The winners of the Arts and Fashion Awards were photographic artist James Farley and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Great Barrier Reef could lose World Heritage statusoutside QLD Parliament to protest against the Paluszczuk Government's decision
Great Barrier Reef could lose World Heritage status
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 27 days ago
outside QLD Parliament to protest against the Paluszczuk Government's decision to grant the mine. National director of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition Kristy Albion could not understand the thought process behind the grant. "We know that... Read more
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