Featuring an amazing line up of speakers including our very own Sanctuary members Airly and Brodie, this Youth Futures Summit is a fantastic opportunity to connect with other people passionate about understanding and shaping the future to be a better place for young people.

Our ally Diana Woolfe has offered a young person an opportunity to attend by paying for their ticket – to the value of $150. It could be YOU! Let us know if you would like to attend for free

What is on the horizon for young people? Contribute to a new vision for young people post-Covid-19 and co-design the future.

COVID-19 has completely disrupted work and social lives. Not only has it led to the massive shift of most people working from home and remotely, but it has also led to a huge jump in youth unemployment and underemployment, increasing debt for young people, disruption to school and education, serious mental health challenges, and more.

There is no doubt that COVID-19 has exacerbated the pre-existing issues young people faced in education, employment and transitions.

It is critical that preparations are made for the post-COVID-19 world in order to support young people into secure and sustainable futures.

YFS2020 will adapt to the challenges of these times and be a completely virtual event. And no, this won’t be anything like your typical webinar.

YSF2020 WILL:

– Draw together thousands of people from multiple sectors and communities that are reflective of the diversity of cultures, backgrounds, experiences, and beliefs that make up all of Australia
– Be co-presented, co-attended and shaped by young people
– Deep-dive into the challenges and identify what the solutions should be
– Explore a number of different areas from education, youth mental health, the Australian economy, training, job services, young workers’ rights, and what the future of work will look like.

WHY ATTEND THE YOUTH FUTURE SUMMIT?
The Summit provides an opportunity for you to be part of forming a new ecosystem now and for the future of work, which is co-designed with young people for young people.

To do this, the Summit will ask what needs to be done:

• KEEP
What already works? Let’s identify the best of what we do now to bring into the future.

• CHANGE
What do we need to change so that young people are able to learn, work and earn with better prospects?

• CREATE
What do we need to create to foster an ecosystem for the future of work where employment is sustainable?

Emerging Minds 04:00 – 29:00 minutes

Brodie telling the story of The Sanctuary 30:00 – 59:00 minutes

22 year old Gugu Yalanji, Jirrbal and Badu Island songbird Kee’ahn joins Airly for a live 3MGB radio interview in perfect timing to celebrate National Reconciliation Week

With a name coming from the Wik people of Cape York meaning to dance, to sing, to play, Kee’ahn honors her ancestors through vulnerable soulful melodies of identity, heartbreak,and healing.

Join us on 3MGB from 12-2pm Tuesday June 1st for great music, live interview and inspiring voices and perspectives.

This Thursday at 9am on 3MGB 101.7 Mallacoota and 96.9 Genoa, episode 7 of ‘From the Embers’ produced by the Community Radio Network will feature Mallacoota’s recent fire experience and interviews with Don, Francesca, Brodie, Kristin and Kate.

Episode is Episode 7 ‘From The Embers’, is based around the experiences of the community in Mallacoota.


Title: Shelter at the Beach

First the road closed. Then on the morning of New Year’s Day, night came and the skies turned red. Images from the coastal town of Mallacoota went viral as thousands of people sheltered on the wharf, the beach and in the caravan park that overlooks the lake.
And during that time, the community radio station, helmed by Francesca Winterson played on…until they couldn’t.

Guests:
Francesca Winterson
Don Ashby
Brodie Gaudion
Kristin Rule
Kate Jackson


Credits:
Producer: Anne Wall
Executive Producer and Sound Design Sarah Mashman
Production Management Team Vicky Rouse and Abe Killian
Engineering Tegan Nichols
Script Consultation Zoe Ferguson
Theme Oliver Beard
This podcast has been brought to you by the Community Broadcasting Association of Australia, and is supported by The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas and The Paul Ramsay Foundation

https://www.cbaa.org.au/fromtheembers

Get involved in a panel discussion about youth issues which is actually youth led. In response to QandA’s rather mindnumbing latest episode

https://www.abc.net.au/qanda/2020-18-05/12247728

Did you see this week’s QandA on the issues facing young people post Covid? Link above.

Who else is disappointed that there was only 1 young person involved and at how condescending and fake some of Sophie’s fellow panelists were? It was a perfect illustration of how hard it is for young people to get very simple, important and obvious points across when they are constantly spoken over by greedy and dishonest business politicians. Otherwise it was a perfect waste of an opportunity to have a representative and thought provoking discussion on the uncertainties and concerns facing young people today.

Monday we go Rogue QandA – in response to the ABC’s not-very-representative ‘Young and Free’ Q&A episode on Monday, National Youth Commission Australia are organising a youth led panel discussion and have invited a Sanctuary representative to speak up for rural fire affected youth.

QA_-Young-and-Essential-_-Speaker-Event-Brief


Since Brodie has been nominated as tribute, we are having a special Gathering at 2pm Monday (at The Sanctuary) to go over the questions before the live discussion. We will also have a general catch up for all members interested in committee proceedings and our reopening plans. Drop In returns on Tuesday 26th!


Why do you think decision makers in the world of business and government accept that young people and children will be in charge of fixing the environment, economic crisis and human rights failures caused by current and previous leaders, while simultaneously suffering the hard core consequences? HOW DARE THEY?