Angelica Ojinnaka is Australia’s Youth Representative to the United Nations for 2022. Informed by the diversity of experiences, opinions, and perspectives of young people in Australia through UN Youth Australia’s Listening Tour, Angelica represented young people globally in an address to the United Nations Third Committee of the General Assembly (77th Session).… Read more ›
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By Stewart Jackson
I am Stewart and I’m really looking forward to convening UN Youth Tasmania’s State Conference this year. I am passionate about UN Youth’s ability to help young people understand important issues, be confident in expressing their own opinions, and be able to make their voices heard.… Read more ›
“State Conference 2019 was one of the most influential, educational, and positive experiences I’ve ever had the privilege to be a part of” – Tess, 16.
Registrations for UN Youth Tasmania’s State Conference 2020 are now open.
State Conference brings together young Tasmanians between grades 9-12 from across the state to meet other like-minded, passionate Tasmanians, learn from educational content, and have their voices heard in discussions on issues most important to them.… Read more ›
Andrew Hudson was the 1998 President of UN Youth Australia and the inaugural Youth Representative to the United Nations in 1999.
Each year, UN Youth Australia in consultation with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade select the Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations. Amos Washington is the 2018 Youth Rep and had a chat with UN Youth Australia’s National President, Jessica Herne, about the role.… Read more ›
UN Youth Australia is incredibly excited to launch the search for the 2013 Australian Youth Representative to the UN! We’re looking for a young, vibrant, extraordinary individual to represent the views of young Australians at the United Nations next year.
The Youth Representative is the only role of its kind in Australia.… Read more ›