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2017 Youth Representative Report

13 September, 2018

Each year, the Youth Representative to the United Nations conducts a nation-wide consultation to hear the voices of our young people.

Our 2018 Youth Representative, Amos, has just landed in New York City, and is starting his period working with the Australian Permanent Mission to the United Nations.… Read more ›

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Looking at Maths from Acute(r) angle

29 August, 2018

This article does not represent teachers or UN Youth Australia as a whole – this is simply an interpretation by one of our fantastic facilitators in hope to create ideas and increased dialogue surrounding this topic.

For those of you who know me, you might also know that I’m currently studying to be a high school mathematics teacher; perhaps a nontraditional career path for your local UN Youth Facilitator.… Read more ›

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Updates on the Gaza Strip

29 August, 2018

This article does not represent UN Youth Australia as a whole – this is simply an interpretation by one of our fantastic facilitators in hope to create ideas and increase dialogue surrounding this topic.

Current developments along the Gaza strip can be traced back to decades of hostilities between Israelis and Palestinians.… Read more ›

The itinerary for Pacific Project 2014 by Alexandra Fuller
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The itinerary for Pacific Project 2014 by Alexandra Fuller

13 July, 2014

After completing orientation activities in Darwin, delegates have flown to Dili, the nation’s capital city in the north of the country.

Staying here for one night, we will be given a tour of some of the capital’s historic sites, including a moving visit to the Santa Cruz cemetery, the site of the massacre of over 250 Timorese involved in a peaceful memorial procession in November 1991 by Indonesian soldiers.… Read more ›

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Pacific Project 2014 Delegate Profiles

13 July, 2014

Pacific Project is a unique collaboration between UN Youth Australia and Destination Dreaming, partnering to help young people to understand and contribute to the world around them.

It is a year-long project for years 10 -12 students and culminates in a two week exploration of East Timor.… Read more ›

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