Youthlaw is conducting a survey to better understand the relationship between young people and Victoria Police. If you are aged between 14 and 25 and have something to say about your experiences with Victoria Police please click on the link below. The link will take you to a short 5-10min survey, asking you a range of questions about your interactions and feelings of Victoria Police. The findings of this survey will be used by Youthlaw, to inform future policy proposals, which will be presented to members of the Victorian government.
YACVic, in partnership with Swinburne University of Technology, is offering a free financial literacy training course for young people working within youth led and volunteer organisations. The training will be delivered over three evening sessions and is aimed at people with minimal or no accounting experience.
What would you do with $200? Would you spend it on games or CDs? Would you buy a new iPod or a camera? Would you score yourself some shmiggedy add-ons for your home stereo? Or would you pick yourself up that DVD boxset you've been craving for the past year?
With our new competition the choice is yours, because we've got a big old JB HiFi gift card to give away, with which you could easily do any of the above, or something entirely different too!
YACVic's Youth Reference Group (YRG) are doing some research about what young people think about police, and other law enforcement officers, and what sorts of experiences they have had with them. It is a short survey and one lucky respondent will WIN A $100 JB-HI-FI VOUCHER!!!
Check out what's on for young people in and around Banyule for the month of October. Also keep your eyes peeled for the Special Edition of the Loop full of articles by young people, for young people!
We'd love to hear from you if you are under 25 and would like to contribute any written, photographic or artistic pieces for inclusion in future issue of The Loop. Email us for more info or to submit your piece!