A collaborative photo project by Nillumbik young people.
September 7 - October 5
At the Diamond Valley Library, Civic Drive Greensborough
Launch on September 7 6-7:30pm
The exhibition showcases the talents of 13 local young people aged between 12 and 25 who live in Nillumbik. This is a wonderful opportunity to engage with both the artists and those behind the program's success.
For more information phone Sophie Grange on 9433 3159
The Australian Human Rights Commission is encouraging young people (aged 25 years and under) who have made an outstanding contribution to advancing human rights in Australia, to nominate for the Young People's Human Rights Medal.
Nominations close at 5pm on Monday, 4 October, 2010. Winners will be presented with their Medals and Awards at a ceremony to be held on Human Rights Day, Friday, 10 December 2010 at the Sheraton on the Park Hotel in Sydney.
GAY? LESBIAN? TRANS? QUEER? QUESTIONING ? NOT SURE ?
For info text: 'EGG' to 0439 812316
EGG is a group for young people in Nillumbik and Banyule who want to explore their sexuality or gender.
We have activities, discussions, artty stuff, food and fun!
The group is FREE and we meet on Monday's 4.30pm to 6.30pm at a venue close to Eltham Station.
For more information:
Text or Call : 0439 812316
Call: 9430 9100
Free Music Industry Career Advice & Pathways for Young People.
Are you aged 15-25 and want to work in the music industry?
Kickstart your career at the free FReeZACentral music industry workshops this September and October! Workshops throughout Victoria focus on career advice and pathways into performance, event management, music business, technical production and stage management.