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YACWA ANNUAL REPORT 2017-18

YACWA's Annual Report for the 2017-18 financial year is now available. This year's artwork is the creativity of the 2018 WA Young Person of the Year: Kamsani Bin Salleh.

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ANNOUNCING DOCUMENTARY: HOLDING ON TO HOPE

In collaboration with Barking Wolf, YACWA has produced a documentary highlighting the need to invest in young people and early intervention today.

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MEET THE 2018 WINNERS

In our eyes everyone is a winner, but there are a few special acknowledgements that need announcing!

Meet the 2018 Winners

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Meet the 2018 WA Young Person of the Year!

Congratulations to Kamsani Bin Salleh, the 2018 Young Person of the Year. Kam 25-year-old artist using his art as a platform to educate the public about his Aboriginal heritage in a way that bears relevance to modern times.

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HOLDING ON TO HOPE: RECOGNISE THE REAL IMPACT OF YOUTH WORK

YACWA in collaboration with Barking Wolf film company produced a short documentary exploring the youth work sector in WA. This documentary highlights the need for decision makers to Reform measurement of at-risk youth outcomes by valuing qualitative data. Thank you to LotteryWest for funding this project.

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2019-20 Pre-Budget Submission

YACWA is proud to launch our Pre-Budget Submission (PBS) for 2019–2020.

YACWA is a united, independent and active advocate for the non-government youth sector and young people.

Focusing on young people’s varied needs at local, State and Federal Government level, YACWA works to engender and enhance positive community attitudes towards young people. Our work is guided by the values of respect, equity, integrity and the celebration of diversity.

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