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Reshape Our Future is a 1-day youth forum and 2-day youth sector conference, happening across five locations plus online, presented by YACVic from 31 May – 2 June.

Today’s generation of young people are facing uncertainty, inequity and unprecedented challenges. We need to take action now and Reshape Our Future.

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We've put together an incredible line-up of speakers featuring young people, global experts on youth participation, digital youth work and also the Minister for Youth Ros Spence.

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Download an accessible Word document version of the program here.

Reshape Our Future is a hybrid event which runs both in-person and online at the same time across multiple locations. After the disruption and isolation of 2020, we know that people want to connect with each other in person. Nothing beats the spontaneous networking opportunities and friendships of in-person events, so we encourage you to purchase an in-person ticket if you can!

We also recognise that participating online is more inclusive and accessible to many people, hence why we've created an interactive online experience which will be way better than your standard Zoom call.

Locations of Reshape Our Future

Locations and Venues

  • Melbourne CBD - Marvel Stadium, Stark Room – 740 Bourke St, Docklands 3000
  • Lakes Entrance - Bellevue on the Lakes 201 Esplanade, Lakes Entrance  3909
  • Wangaratta - Wangaratta Arts Centre, 33-37 Ford Street, Wangaratta 3677
  • Warrnambool - Deakin University Warrnambool Campus, Princes Highway, Warrnambool 3280
  • Online - using HopIn

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Format

31 May – Youth Forum
1-2 June – Youth Sector Conference

Youth Forum

The Youth Forum is entirely youth-led and youth-designed. Connect with hundreds of diverse young people across Victoria, and be at the forefront of the movement of young people leading and advocating for change.

Youth Sector Conference

The Youth Sector Conference brings together workers who support young people, policy-makers and thought leaders from multiple sectors, including young people, to discuss and address key challenges, build connections, and showcase the cutting-edge of youth work practice.

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Stand united with young people as we strive for justice and champion young people’s rights. We support young people and workers who support young people with advocacy, training and resources to help you make a difference.

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Scholarships and Support

If you are someone who often misses out on these events due to financial hardship, work, cultural safety, transport or other barriers, we want you to come to Reshape Our Future and we encourage you to apply for a scholarship to attend.

We are committed to ensuring a diverse group of young people and youth workers attend Reshape Our Future, and recognise the barriers that some communities face such as the ticket cost, event access, or cultural safety.

That's why we are offering scholarships to cover your ticket, transport and any other costs we can cover to make the event inclusive and safe for you. 

To apply for a scholarship, simply fill out this form.

If you have any questions, contact Jessica Standish at jstandish@yacvic.org.au

Accessibility

YACVic takes access and inclusion seriously. We are committed to making every event as accessible as possible for all members of our community.

When you book your ticket, there is a list of accessibility needs which you can tick to ensure your needs are met. If you have an accessibility need that isn't listed, you can contact Haley Zilberberg via email here.

If you have access needs, please let us know by 17 May 2021 to allow us enough time to book in the appropriate supports.

Download an accessible Word document version of the program here.

Acknowledgement of Country and Cultural Safety

We are committed to respecting this lore and creating a culturally safe event space.

Reshape Our Future will take place across the lands of the Aboriginal nations within Victoria and we pay our respects to Elders past and present. Bunjil’s lore states that those who walk on this land must care for the Country and waterways as well as for the children and young people. This always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

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If you would like to sponsor our event and support young people, please contact Reggie Lysaught, Conference Director here.

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQs

Do you have a question for us about Reshape Our Future? Read through our list of FAQs first!

Contact Us

If you need further information, please contact communications@yacvic.org.au

Commitment to Child Safety

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

Our Sponsors

Principal Partner

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Regional and Session Partners

Warrnambool City Council

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Youth Partners

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Conference Program

  • Monday 31 May

    Each session of the Conference is connected state-wide, with speakers presenting in-person and online from multiple locations. Attendees can participate in Q&As and table discussions from their location, whether that’s in-person or online. For more information, visit our FAQ page.

  • 9:30am: Arrivals
    • Registration

    • Tea and coffee

    • Technology briefing

  • 10:30am: Welcome and Youth Forum Opening
    • Local Welcomes to Country

    • Remarks by Hon Minister for Youth Ros Spence MP (she/her)

    • Tasha Ritchie (she/her) – Chair, YACVic, & Youth Programs Manager, Children & Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA)

  • 11:00am: We are the leaders of today and tomorrow! Empowering Young People

    We will hear from amazing young people about why empowering us as leaders is so important for our communities and society as a whole.

    • Melbourne: Natarsha Bamblett (she/her) – Aboriginal young leader, founder, mum, speaker, and mentor.

    • Lakes Entrance: Brodie Pile (he/him) – 13-year-old comedian and the creator behind Gippsland Promotions.

    • Mildura: Breanna Macfarlane (she/her) – 25-old  mother, lived experience advocate and co-founder of HomeBase Mildura, a youth-led housing and youth space.

    • Wangaratta: Steph Grant she/her

    • Warrnambool: Cassandra Prigg she/her - activist, student 

    Speakers in all locations.

  • 11:50am: Break and Networking This is a time to rest, have a snack or meet some people. If you are online, take a screen break.
  • 12:00pm: Where’s Your Head At? Addressing Mental Health and Stigma

    Conversations about mental health often only cover general things, and don’t get deep. Join us for a chat about:

    • Intersectional experiences and what that means

    • Stigmatised mental illnesses

    Speakers:

    • Komal Grewal (she/her) – Centre for Multicultural Youth, Education inequality, mental health, community involvement and perspectives on dual identity

    • Alexander Dalton (he/him) – ABC Takeover Melbourne Winner, LGBTIQA+ and Mental Health Advocate

    • Charlie Bassett (she/her) – Live4Life, Glenelg

    This session will be hosted by Warrnambool. Breakout discussions will happen at each location.

  • 12:50pm: Break and Networking This is a time to rest, have a snack or meet some people. If you are online, take a screen break.
  • 1:00pm: I’m Down if You’re Down… Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships

    This is a safe space for young people to talk about:

    • Consent

    • Sex education

    • Relationships

    • What sexual health looks like for you

    Speakers:

    • Nevo Zisin (they/them) - A queer, non-binary, Jewish writer, performer, activist and public speaker. Author of award-winning Finding Nevo (2017), a memoir on gender transition and The Pronoun Lowdown (2021)

    • Margherita Coppolino (she/her) – Influential disability and inclusion consultant

    • Will Burns (he/him) –  Youth Support Worker and Sexual Reproductive Health Advocate for Young People.  Co-designer of Let's Talk About It: Sexual Health series

    This session will be hosted by Mildura. Breakout discussions will happen at each location.

  • 1:50pm: Lunch and Vibes

    This is a time to eat lunch and meet some people. There will also be live music. If you are online, take a screen break.

  • 2:30pm: Nothing About Us, Without Us! Disability Justice and Inclusiveness in Education

    Accessing education as disabled young people can be complicated. Join our amazing guest speakers as they share:

    • Experiences of education

    • How the disability justice movement is fighting for inclusiveness

    • What inclusive and accessible education actually looks like

    Speakers:

    • Tim Chan (he/him) – Adult autistic non speaker, advocates for access, participation and inclusion for people with disability

    • Mac Zamani (he/him) – 17-year-old queer and disabled youth advocate, currently undertaking year 12

    • Srishti Chatterjee (they/them) – A Sociology and Media & Communications student at the University of Melbourne. They are a disability justice advocate and intend to pursue a career in academia.

    This session will be hosted by Wangaratta. Breakout discussions will happen at each location.

  • 3:20pm: Break and Networking This is a time to rest, have a snack or meet some people. If you are online, take a screen break.
  • 3:30pm: Work in Progress... Meaningful Work for Young People

    Gippsland East Local Learning and Employment Network (GELLEN) are presenting a skills workshop about pathways education – how we as young people can improve our chances of finding meaningful and enjoyable work. We will focus on:

    • Career pathway planning

    • Short- and long-term personal goals

    • What meaningful work looks like for you

    This session will be hosted by Lakes Entrance. Breakout discussions will happen at each location.

  • 4:20pm: Break and Networking This is a time to rest, have a snack or meet some people. If you are online, take a screen break.
  • 4:30pm: Ally as a Verb: How to Be a Better Ally

    This workshop will explore:

    • What allyship actually means and why it’s important

    • How we can all be better allies

    • Taking real action as an ally

    This session will be hosted by Melbourne. Breakout discussions will happen at each location.

  • 5:20pm: Feedback and Q&A Tell us what you thought of your day!
  • 5:30pm: Close End of event
  • Tuesday 1 June

    Each session of the Conference is connected state-wide, with speakers presenting in-person and online from multiple locations. Attendees can participate in Q&As and table discussions from their location, whether that’s in-person or online. For more information, visit our FAQ page.

  • 8:45am: Arrivals
    • Registration

    • Tea and coffee

    • Technology briefing

  • 10:00am: Welcome
    • Welcome to Country

    • Remarks by Parliamentary Secretary for Youth Mr Josh Bull MP (he/him)

    • Tasha Ritchie (she/her) – Chair, YACVic, & Youth Programs Manager, Children & Young People with Disability Australia (CYDA)

    Youth Loop: A young person from each Conference location will share insights about their region and the previous day’s Youth Forum.

    • Melbourne: Natarsha Bamblett (she/her)

    • Lakes Entrance: Brodie Pile (he/him)

    • Mildura: Breanna Macfarlane (she/her)

    • Wangaratta: Steph Grant (she/her)

    • Warrnambool: Dylan Bermingham (he/him)

  • 10:30am: Young People are Reshaping Our Future

    Young people are more active than ever in their communities across global movements. How is it that they do not have a more prominent role in decision-making on urgent issues?

    • Dr Harry Shier (he/him) – Writer, researcher and global expert on young people’s rights and participation

    • Bryce Taylor (he/him) – Participation & Development Officer, Koorie Youth Council

    • Amy Chu (she/her), Youth Ambassador, and Catherine Maine (she/her), Youth and Family Services Team – ‘Youth United Against Family Violence’ initiative, City of Greater Dandenong

    • Moderator: Andrew Leap (he/him) – Student Voice Advocate & Member, VicHealth Reimagining Young People’s Futures Youth Steering Group

  • 11:30am: Morning Tea and Networking
  • 12:00pm: Identity and Intersectionality

    People and politics seem more divided than ever. How can we empower diverse young people to participate in and build a more connected society? People and politics seem more divided than ever. How can we empower diverse young people to participate in and build a more connected society?

    • Leah Van Poppel (she/her) – Co-Chair, Victorian Government Diversity & Intersectionality Working Group, & CEO, Women with Disabilities Victoria

    • April Goldring (she/her) – Rainbow Program Leading Aboriginal Mentor and Facilitator Mentor and Facilitator, Strong Brother, Strong Sister

    • Swathi Shanmukhasundaram (she/her) – ABC Takeover, & Co-founder, The Vermillion Project

  • 1:00pm: Lunch and Networking
  • 2:00pm: Bright Spot 1 – Victorian Government Youth Strategy

    Update on the progress of the Victorian Government’s new Youth Strategy, due for launch later this year.

    • Gerry Goswell (she/her) – Director, Office for Youth, Victorian Government

    • Member (TBA) – Youth Congress, Victorian Government

  • 2:30pm: The Future for Mental Health – Making Reform Real

    Bushfires, pandemic and recession over the past two years have put even more intense pressure on the mental health of young people and those working with them. At the same time, the Royal Commission into Mental Health has presented a roadmap for the future of Victoria’s mental health system. As key stakeholders, how can young people and the youth sector contribute – state-wide and locally – to the successful implementation of the recommendations?

    This session will have a state-wide speaker and Q&A, then local speakers and discussions.

    State-wide Speakers:

    • Pam Anders (she/her) – CEO, Mental Health Reform Victoria

    • Jen Rowan (she/her) – Youth Mental Health Working Group Member, YACVic

  • 3:30pm: Afternoon Tea and Networking
  • 3:50pm: Bright Spot 2 – What We Wish You’d Do

    Three young activists speak on urgent issues, encouraging better allyship from the youth sector.

    • Cindy Liu (she/her) – COVID-19 Youth Working Group, Youth Disability Advocacy Service

    • Tim Lo Surdo (he/him) – Founder & National Director, Democracy in Colour

    • Representative (TBA) from Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network

    • Introduced by: Nick Duffy – Partnerships Manager, HESTA

    Session sponsored by HESTA Superannuation.

  • 4:30pm: Local Sessions

    Each location will run a session on a different, locally-specific topic.

    Melbourne 1 / Online: Young People Leading Peace and Connection

    Social media bubbles and identity politics try every day to divide us, and can lead to violence and exclusion. How are young people taking action to build social connection and respectful relationships, and how do we support them?

    • Lakshitha Saji Prelis (he/him) – Co-Chair, UN Global Coalition on Youth, Peace and Security, & Director, Children & Youth Programs, Search for Common Ground

    • Youth Representative – Know Your Roots, Point of Difference Studio, Shepparton

    • More Speakers TBA

    Melbourne 2: Enthusiastic Yes! Positive and Respectful Relationships

    We need to support young people to enjoy more equitable, respectful and safer relationships now and in their futures. How can we take a strengths-based, holistic approach to this, and build on work already underway?

    • Dr Kath Albury (she/her) – Professor of Media and Communication, Swinburne University of Technology

    • Miranda Johnson-Jones (she/her), Laura Crozier (she/her) and Paddy Grindlay (he/him) – Youth Ambassadors, Time to Talk consent initiative, Macedon Ranges Shire CouncilMore Speakers TBA

    Lakes Entrance: Young People in Disaster Recovery and Emergency Management

    In disasters, it’s vital to provide resources to specifically support and empower young people. Not only in the immediate aftermath, but also as part of ongoing recovery and rebuilding over several years. In the wake of the 2019/20 fires and COVID-19, how do we collectively ensure that young people have a central role in decision making? How do we ensure that they get dedicated and specific roles on local, state and national recovery committees, and other advisory bodies?

    • Carmel Flynn – Acting CEO, Bushfire Recovery Victoria

    • Dr Fiona McDonald (she/her) – Senior Research Fellow, ISILC, Victoria University, & Research/Project Coordinator – Youth Perceptions of Bushfire Response, YACVic\

    • More speakers TBA


    Wangaratta: Young People in Disaster Recovery and Emergency
    In disasters, it’s vital to provide resources to specifically support and empower young people. Not only in the immediate aftermath, but also as part of ongoing recovery and rebuilding over several years. In the wake of the 2019/20 fires and COVID-19, how do we collectively ensure that young people have a central role in decision making? How do we ensure that they get dedicated and specific roles on local, state and national recovery committees, and other advisory bodies?

    • Todd Macbeth (he/him) – Director, Inclusive Education Professional Practice Branch Department of Education

    • Quin O’Bran (she/her) – Member, Bushfire Youth Working Group, YACVic Rural

    • Claire (she/her) – Exec Member, Victorian Student Representative Council (VicSRC)

    Mildura: Trauma-Informed Services and Care

    So many young people who come into contact with the youth sector are affected by trauma in their own lives, and intergenerational trauma. How can we incorporate trauma-informed practice into programs and services? How can we focus on youth participation and peer workers to help young people step into a better, lighter future?

    • Morgan Cataldo (she/her) – Senior Manager Youth Engagement, Berry St

    Note: this workshop will be delivered virtually to Mildura participants.

    Warrnambool: Collaborative Approaches to Mentoring

    The unique relationships developed in a mentoring relationship benefit everyone involved and are increasingly popular with young people. How can small-scale mentoring programs collaborate on common tasks like recruitment, promotion, training and scheduling? How can they keep policies current and staff well-supported? We consider a collaborative response to the logistics, ethics and future of mentoring in Victoria’s south west.

    • Emma Brian (she/her) – Program Manager, Standing Tall Hamilton

    • Drew Paten (he/him) – Co-Chief Executive Officer, AIME

    • Leyla Quartermaine (she/her) – Marram Nganyin Aboriginal Youth Mentoring Project, Koorie Youth Council

    • Kyle Hayes (he/him) – Peer Mental Health Advocate, Batyr, Orygen Youth Mental health and Youth Live4Life

  • 5:30pm: Close / Break Each location’s MC will share end-of-day reflections and information for the next day, followed by the break.
  • 6:30pm: Optional Dinner Each location will host a dinner (venues to be confirmed).
  • Wednesday 2 June

    Each session of the Conference is connected state-wide, with speakers presenting in-person and online from multiple locations. Attendees can participate in Q&As and table discussions from their location, whether that’s in-person or online. For more information, visit our FAQ page.

  • 8:30am: Arrivals
    • Registration

    • Tea and coffee

    • Technology briefing

  • 9:30am: Welcome
    • Acknowledgement of Country

    • Katherine Ellis (she/her), CEO, YACVic

    • Youth Loop: A young person from each Conference location will share insights about the previous day’s speakers and discussions

    • Why do you get up in the morning?
      Interactive reflection on working with/for young people, led by Louisa Keck, Senior Facilitator, Reach Foundation.

  • 10:00am: Guaranteeing Decent Work for Young People

    Recessions impact young people disproportionately, both at the time and throughout the recovery. What needs to be done now and in the future to guarantee young people have access to suitable, safe and meaningful work? This session will have a state-wide speaker and Q&A, then local speakers and discussions.

    State-wide Speakers:

    • Mairead Lesman (she/her) – Acting Director, Young Workers Centre

    • Emma Cull (she/her) – Senior Manager Youth Service Development and Strategy, Brotherhood of St Laurence

    • Young person – 'How Work Works' project, Loddon Campaspe Region LLEN

  • 11:00am: Morning Tea and Networking
  • 11:30am: Ethical Youth Work Towards Social Justice

    The global pandemic has highlighted social injustice and inequality across the world, as well as closer to home. How should the Code of Ethical Practice for the Victorian Youth Sector be updated for a safer and more equal society based on human rights? How do we include ChildSafe Standards and Reportable Conduct, social media, disability self-determination, and trans and gender diverse young people?

    • Dr Tim Corney (he/him) – Principal Fellow ISILC, Victoria University & Lead Author, Victorian Code of Ethical Conduct in Youth Work

    • Liana Buchanan (she/her) – Victorian Commissioner for Children & Young People

    • Lucy Thomas (she/they) – Co-founder, Project ROCKIT

    • Mija Gwyn (she/her) – Manager, Youth Disability Advocacy Service

    • Sara Strachan (they/them) – Zoe Bell Gender Collective, cohealth

  • 12:30pm: Lunch and Networking
  • 1:30pm: Bright Spot 3 – What’s Coming Over the Horizon?

    Three future thinkers share what they see coming for young people and their lives.

    • Sonia Arakkal (she/her) – Co-founder, Think Forward

    • Youth Representative (TBA) – VicHealth 'Reimagining Young People’s Futures' project

    • Kate Griffiths (she/her) – Fellow, Budget Policy & Institutional Reform, Grattan Institute

  • 2:00pm: Technology and Innovation in Youth Work

    Has the use of technology in the past 12 months taught us how we can build more accessible environments? What are the digital innovations that are enriching youth work and youth participation? What can we learn from global experts and local practitioners?

    • Suvi Tuominen (she/her) and Juha Kiviniemi (he/him)– Centre of Expertise for Digital Youth Work, Verke, Finland

    • Elizabeth Smith (she/her) – Program Coordinator, Broadening Horizons Gippsland

    • Moderator: Sam Champion (he/him) – Participation & Development Manager, YACVic

  • 3:00pm: Afternoon Tea and Networking
  • 3:30pm: Local Sessions

    Each location will run a session on a different, locally specific topic.

    Melbourne 1 / Online: Translating Youth Participation into Meaningful Action

    We spend so much time creating and delivering programs and services for young people, that we often have no resources, time or energy to leverage their power beyond their immediate impact. How do we reshape our efforts, with meaningful youth participation?

    • Dr Mandy Charman (she/her) – Project Manager, Outcomes, Practice and Evidence Network (OPEN), Centre for Excellence in Child and Family Welfare (CFECFW)

    • Kirra-Alyssa Horley (she/her) and Morgan Cataldo (she/her) – Lived Experience Consultants, Y-Change, Berry Street

    • Wendy Williams (she/her) – Editor, Pro Bono Australia

    Melbourne 2: Young People and Youth Justice

    Young people who come into contact with the justice system are often facing complex difficulties. How can we work with young people to reduce re-offending? What are alternatives to the current system that will help keep young people and the community safe?

    • Laura Chipp (she/her) – Principal Lawyer / Prosecutor and Head of Specialist Children’s Court Prosecution Unit, Victoria Police

    • Marlion Pickett (he/him) – Richmond AFL Player and #RaisetheAge Advocate

    • Vincent Shin (he/him) – Lawyer and Youth Law Program Manager, WEstjustice

    • Nasima Allahyari (she/her) and Mehri Vijdani (she/her) – Participants, Victoria Police South East Young & Emerging Community Leaders Program.

    Lakes Entrance: Where Have All the Youth Workers Gone?

    With targeted programs, short-term funding, burnout and shift expectations, generalist youth workers seem to have all but disappeared in regional Victoria. Where are they? What gaps are being left? Should we, or can we, get them back?

    • Dr Karen Hart (she/her) – Senior Lecturer/Researcher & Course Chair of Youth Work and Community Development, Victoria University

    • More speakers TBA

    Wangaratta: Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships

    We need to support young people to enjoy more equitable, respectful and safer relationships now and in their futures. How can we take a strengths-based, holistic approach to this, and build on work already underway?

    • Ange Davidson (she/her) – Sexual Health Nurse Gateway Health

    • Jenny Walsh (she/her) – Relationships and Sexuality Education Consultant

    • More Speakers TBA

    Mildura: Engaging Young People in Programs and Services

    Even before COVID-19 youth organisations, local government and employers in north west Victoria were struggling to engage young people in programs and services. Now it’s even more critical. How can we make our offerings relevant and engaging? What can we do to connect with young people to empower them for their future?

    • Louisa Keck, National Manager – Wake by Reach & Strategic PartnershipsReach Leadership Team Member

    • Samantha Dodd and Anthony Cavallaro, HomeBase Mildura

    • Kane Sparks (he/him) – Youth Support Coordinator, Swan Hill Rural City Council

    • More speakers TBA

    Warrnambool: Sexual Health and Healthy Relationships

    Despite pervasive gender-based violence across the country, south west Victoria still has few resources to support young people in this space. How can we support young people to enjoy more equitable, respectful and safer relationships now and in their futures? How do we take a strengths-based, holistic approach to this, and build on work already underway?

    • Munira Yusuf (she/her) – Senior Policy Advisory Young People, Our Watch

    • Sarah Prescott (she/her) – Respectful Relationships, DET Wimmera South West

    • Nicola Grayson (she/her) – School Nurse Manager, DET Wimmera South West

    • Dr Erin Gordon (she/her) – GP and YouTube superstar

    • Sienna Gladstone (she/her) – VicSRC Executive Member and Warrnambool student. 

    • Moderator: Emma Mahoney (she/her) – EO Barwon South West Women’s Health

  • 4:30pm: Closing Remarks and Conclusion

    State-wide closing remarks before local conclusion to Reshape Our Future

Reshape Our Future: Meet Some of Our Speakers

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Minister Ross Spence (she/her)

Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Community Sport and Youth

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Nevo Zisin (they/them)

Writer, Performer, Activist, Public Speaker

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Natarsha Napanagka Bamblett (she/her)

Dreamtime Association Founder, Facilitator, Speaker and Mentor

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Liana Buchanan (she/her)

Principal Commissioner for Children and Young People

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Tim Lo Surdo (he/him)

Founder and National Director of Democracy in Colour

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Lucy Thomas (she/they)

Co-Founder and Co-CEO at Project Rockit

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Harry Shier (he/him)

Global expert in youth rights, participation, and play

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Lakshitha Saji Prelis (he/him)

Co-Chair, Global Coalition on Youth, Peace and Security & Director, Children & Youth Programs, Search for Common Ground

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Suvi Tuominen (she/her)

Centre for Expertise in Digital Youth Work