In our next COVID-19 Q&A, we're creating a safe, moderated community forum for young people to engage in a meaningful discussion about COVID-19 vaccines, who is being left behind, and how we can have a more inclusive COVID-19 recovery.

Young people have a right to be informed during a time of apprehension and uncertainty. The rollout, along with media releases and conflicting medical advice has all contributed to young people left feeling confused and unsure about the vaccine.

For more resources, please visit our COVID-19 Vaccines and Young People information hub here.

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When: 23 September, 6.30-7.45pm

Where: Online via Zoom

Who is this for

  • Young people who are unsure about how the COVID-19 vaccine affects them
  • Young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds
  • Disabled young people
  • Young people seeking information about their COVID-safety rights and responsibilities at work as the vaccine rollout continues
  • Anyone working in the youth sector 
  • Youth workers supporting young people from CALD, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, rural and regional, LGBTIQA+ communities and young people experiencing homelessness 

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We’ll also promote these in our monthly newsletter, which you can sign up here.

Who will be presenting 

  • Dr Asiel Adan Sanchez (they/them) - General Practitioner, LGBTIQA+ advocate and Board Director, Minus18
  • Dr Nadia Chaves (she/her) - Infectious Diseases Specialist and Physician, cohealth
  • Kerry O’Hagan (she/her) - Solicitor, Disability Discrimination Legal Service
  • Tom Saxton (he/him) - Shepparton Youth Advocate, Victorian Youth Congress Member

Register now

Tickets are free, but registrations are essential. Book by clicking the button below!

Book your tickets via Humanitix here

Accessibility and Support

At YACVic, we take access and inclusion seriously. This event will be Auslan interpreted.

We are committed to making every event as accessible and inclusive as possible for all members of the community. If you have a specific access request, would like further information or want to provide any suggestions please contact Katia Pellicciotta (she/her) Please note that Katia works Tuesdays to Fridays.


If you have any questions please contact Katia Pellicciotta (she/her)

YACVic is a child safe organisation. By attending these events, you agree to join us in our commitment to child safety