Young people from across Victoria are making their voices heard as members of the first Victorian Youth Congress.
The Youth Congress is an advisory group of young people aged 12 to 25 who are working with government to inform policy, program and service developments. Members of Youth Congress come from different backgrounds and areas across Victoria. They also bring diverse skills and experience to Youth Congress deliberations.
The Youth Congress meets every six weeks to discuss priority issues identified during the 2017 Youth Summit and this year’s focus is on mental health and wellbeing.
The Congress is a key part of the Victorian Government’s Youth Policy: Building Stronger Youth Engagement in Victoria.
Meet the 2018 Victorian Youth Congress
View the full 2018 Victorian Youth Congress member profiles (351kb).
Parliament House Tour Video
Minister for Families, Children and Youth Affairs, Jenny Mikakos and members of the Victorian Youth Congress visit Parliament House in Melbourne.
If you have any questions about the Victorian Youth Congress please contact the Office for Youth at email@example.com or on (03) 9096 1712.