Youth Week began as a NSW Government initiative in 1989, and has since grown to be a celebration of young people in every state and territory across the country.
It is organised by young people, for young people, in communities across NSW and Australia. Following the success of the NSW Youth Week program, Youth Week became a National event in 2000. National Youth Week is jointly supported by the Australian Government, State and Territory Governments and Local Governments.
National Youth Week is an opportunity for young people to:
- share ideas
- attend live events
- have their voices heard on issues of concern to them
- showcase their talents
- celebrate their contribution to the community
- take part in competitions
- have fun!
Byron Shire Council have been delivering high quality Youth Week Events for 20 years. Past Byron Shire Youth Week programs have included:
- Band Competitions
- Skate Competitions
- Youth Forums
- Arts Competitions and Exhibitions
- Dance Parties
- Youth Film Competitions and Festivals
- Conferences and more.
If you are a young person living in the Byron Shire and have an idea for Youth Week or want to get involved contact email@example.com
Previous Youth Week Events
PASH 2014 – young – sexy – informed
April 10 - 11
PASH 2014 is a two day Regional Sexual Health Conference during Youth Week 2014 for young People between the ages of 14 and 24, also for parents, teachers, GPs, Health professionals, journalists and the border community who want to work towards improved sexual health for young people.
Through youth lead multimedia and art based sexual health education PASH 2014 will have a ‘youth positive’ and ‘sex positive’ approach to sexual health and provide valuable information on the various sexual health services (education, testing, treatment and care) available in the region.