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Ahmadiyya Muslims lead the way in Clean Up Australia Day

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Media Opportunity:Coverage of hundreds of Muslim volunteers taking part in #CleanUpAusDay. Interview of volunteers, Muslim leaders and dignitaries. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia has been taking part in ‘Clean Up Australia Day’ for over three decades. This year, they have registered 21 ‘Clean-Up Australia Day’ sites nationwide and members will enthusiastically take part in large … Continued

Ahmadiyya Muslims lead the way in Clean Up Australia Day

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Media Opportunity:Coverage of hundreds of Muslim volunteers taking part in #CleanUpAusDay. Interview of volunteers, Muslim leaders and dignitaries. The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community Australia has been taking part in ‘Clean Up Australia Day’ for over three decades. This year, they have registered 21 ‘Clean-Up Australia Day’ sites nationwide and members will enthusiastically take part in large … Continued

New research highlights long-term mental health benefits of school belonging

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A groundbreaking study has shed light on the crucial role school belonging plays in shaping mental wellbeing in adolescents.  School belonging, characterised by positive affect towards school, strong relationships with teachers, and feeling socially valued, has long been associated with immediate benefits for students’ mental health.  The project was a collaboration between Monash University, Deakin … Continued

Victoria’s failure to address critical mental health royal commission hurts young people

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Media release | Friday, February 23 2024 The Victorian Government has failed to fund 500 housing places for young people living with mental illness almost three years after making the commitment – a key royal commission recommendation. The landmark Royal Commission into Victoria’s Mental Health System recommended 500 new medium-term supported housing places for people … Continued

South Australian students called to kickstart their year by getting disaster ready with a Duke of Edinburgh International Award

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Australian Red Cross in collaboration with the South Australian Country Fire Service (CFS) and Commissioner for Children and Young People Helen Connolly, and supported by the Duke of Edinburgh International Award, has launched the Youth in Emergencies Development Program (YEDP) set to empower the youth of South Australia to be disaster ready.   Open to … Continued

NSW Government must act urgently on crisis in child protection

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The Public Service Association is calling on the NSW Government to act urgently to bring the state’s broken privatised child protection system back under public control.   The latest statistics show a quarter of the children who died in New South Wales last year were known to authorities. Low staffing numbers are reported to be … Continued

MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD IN NSW YOUTH PARLIAMENT 2024

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There are just three weeks remaining for local young people in Years 10, 11 and 12 (or equivalent age) to apply for this year’s Youth Parliament run by the Y NSW. The Y is seeking applicants who have a passion for creating change in their communities from all 93 NSW state electorates to express interest. … Continued

Nikki Webster celebrates 16 years of teaching Australian kids

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Nikki Webster is a name synonymous with performing arts and this year Nikki is celebrating 16 years of operating her very own studios, celebrating with a free open week on 29 January 2024. Since 2008, Nikki and her brother Scott have been teaching children from as young as two to dance, sing and perform at … Continued