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WA Youth Strategy

Last updated: 16/11/2017 1:04 AM
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​​​​​​​​​​​Make your voice heard!

The Department of Communities is developing a new youth strategy for​ Western Australia.

The strategy will be developed following consultation with young people, youth service providers and government agencies.

Input from these groups will aid the development of a coordinated and targeted strategy designed to improve the delivery of programs and services to support young Western Australians.

The first step towards the new strategy is the 'Better Choices: Youth in WA' discussion paper, and we need your feedback. Download the discussion paper.

The deadline for feedback on the discussion paper is COB Monday 18 December 2017. You can provide feedback in one of two ways:

Online feedback form

The webform contains a number of questions based on the discussion paper, which may assist you in providing your feedback. Feel free to provide as much feedback as you wish. 
 

Open feedback form in browser

Create your survey with SurveyMonkey
​​Youth Summit – 5 December 2017

Young people also have the chance to have a say on community youth services and programs at a one-day Youth Summit, to be held in Perth on 5 December.

If you are a young person, this is your opportunity to have a say about what is most important to you.

Register your interest to attend the Youth Summit today and give your choice a voice.

Tuesday 5 December 2017
10am – 3pm

Gordon Stephenson House
Level 2, 140 William Street, Perth

Register to attend the Youth Summit

RSVP by Monday 27 November

Light lunch will be provided

Bursaries for travel from regional areas and interpretation services will be available upon request. Please email stefaan@yacwa.org.au for further information.

Getting there:

Entry to Gordon Stephenson House, level two, is via the lifts in the laneway next to Cotton On in the Murray Street mall.
The building is directly above the Perth Underground station and accessible from Perth bus station.