COVID-19 Resource Hub

A page with resources for young people, the youth sector and government to navigate the COVID-19 recovery in WA

Young People

Resources for young people


Youth Workers

Resources for anyone who works with young people


Youth Voice

Young people's vision for the COVID-19 recovery


Our People

Meet our COVID-19 Youth Steering Group who have provided guidance and input on YACWA's COVID-19 response.


Keisha is a 25-year-old Noongar woman whose family comes from the Ballardong, Gnaala Karla Booja and South West Boojarah regions Contributing to creating a better future for First Nations people and communities is a passion of Keisha’s, and she is especially passionate about empowering First Nations youth to play their part in this and have a voice. Keisha currently works as the Aboriginal Youth Program Coordinator at the Aboriginal Health Council of WA.

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Image of Zahra sitting in a cafe smiling at the camera


Zahra is a catalyst for change that has worked within youth leadership at a regional, national and international level. She is currently a Law (Hons) and Journalism student at Murdoch University. Her advocacy work is in the field of gender equality, migrant and refugee empowerment and youth leadership. A few of her current roles include the Australian representative on the UN Women Youth Task Force, a member of the YWCA Australia Young Women’s Council and as MYAN Australia’s WA Youth Ambassador. As a result of her work she has represented Australia internationally multiple times at global meetings and has since been named a UN global leader for gender equality.


Danni is a 24 year old from the Youth Homelessness Advisory Council. She is currently doing a Certificate 4 in Alcohol and Other Drugs online after finishing a Certificate 4 in Community Services last year. She is a very passionate person about getting young voices heard about the important issues.

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Hadi stands and smiles in front of a black brick wall


Hadi is a compassionate leader, human rights activist, community advocate, global citizen, cultural consultant, WA ambassador, and faith motivational speaker.
Hadi aspires to make a change through his involvement with multiple local, state, national and international advocating groups. In the quest for a change, Hadi has taken initiatives in developing leadership platforms, leading youth change-makers, and running campaign for diverse migrant and refugee young people. Hadi sees people as a brother in faith or equal in humanity.


Bubble, determined, and passionate about inclusivity

Madison is seen smiling at the camera from the shoulders up
Rosie is smiling at the camera in front of a brown brick wall


Kind, caring, compassionate


Warm. Inquisitive. Dedicated.

Caitlin stands in front of a wall with greenery, smiling at the camera
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Queer. Ethical. Committed.


Ambitious. Passionate. Advocate

Harsha sits in a red chair and leans forward, he's being filmed in a black room with a guy in a black baseball cap