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Queensland Youth Week

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For the first time ever, Queensland celebrated its own youth week.

Queensland Youth Week was held from Friday 6 April through to Sunday 15 April 2018.

Thank you to everyone who registered, held, or attended events during the week. More than 90 events celebrating the contributions that young Queenslanders, aged 12 to 25, have made to our society were held statewide.

The theme for Queensland Youth Week 2018 was Jump in. Make a splash.

Queensland Youth Engagement Hub

Queensland Youth Week encouraged young people to register on the Queensland Youth eHub to connect directly with us and have their say about what matters most to them. While Queensland Youth Week is over, you can still have your say on issues that matter to you on the eHub.

Queensland Anti-cyberbullying Taskforce

Queensland Youth Week reinforced the message to young people that bullying is never okay, whether it happens at school, at home or on the internet. Being cyberbullied is one of the scariest things that can happen to someone. Learn more about Queensland’s Anti-cyberbullying Taskforce.

Join the conversation

Are you all about being social?
Queensland Youth Week 2018 might be over but the conversation continues. Follow the Queensland Youth Facebook page.

Contact

If you have any questions about Queensland Youth Week, please send an email to youth@communities.qld.gov.au

Contact

If you have any questions about Queensland Youth Week, please send an email to youth@communities.qld.gov.au

Register on the eHub

The Youth eHub is a place where you can connect directly with us and your peers and have your say about what matters most to you. Register now.

Sign up

Stay involved and up-to-date by subscribing to the Office for Youth eNewsletter.

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Last updated:
20 April 2018
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