Goulburn throws a welcome mat for the NSW Youth Council Conference | Goulburn post

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A Youth Council conference heads for Goulburn. Also Read: NSW Nurses Vote for Statewide Strike Goulburn Mulwaree Youth Council and Goulburn Mulwaree Council are proud to bring the NSW Youth Council Conference 2022 to Goulburn Recreation Area. Under the theme “Come Together Through Community”, the conference will take place from February 18-20 and will feature a series of keynote speakers, interactive workshops and unique social events. Goulburn Mulwaree Council Mayor Peter Walker said he looked forward to welcoming young leaders from across the state to Goulburn. “We are privileged to be able to host the NSW Youth Council conference in our city this year, showcasing our region and providing an opportunity for like-minded young leaders to connect and network,” he said. declared. Also read: It’s World Pizza Day, so what’s your favorite topping? “A great program has been put together for the weekend which includes workshops on big issues for young people such as social media, mental health and living a sustainable life.” The conference was made possible through funding from the NSW Department of Communities and Justice, Goulburn Mulwaree Youth Council and Goulburn Mulwaree Council. The conference welcomes young people between the ages of 12 and 24 who reside in New South Wales and are currently members of a youth council or youth advisory group for a local government council, non-governmental organisations, a top government agency or high school. Over the course of three days, delegates will hear from local and state government officials and have the opportunity to network and connect with like-minded young leaders. Participants will work together to unpack topics and develop solutions in three themed workshops: Social Media for Good, Mental Health and Sustainable Living. Entertainment and activities will be plentiful throughout the conference, with delegates treated to a world-class magic show by the Black Ties and a fire performance by the Lieder Youth Theater Company. Goulburn’s youth music festival – Vibesfest – will take place on Saturday 19th February, with a range of workshops, live music from local musicians and a performance by Dauntless Movement Crew. For more information on these events and the Goulburn area, visit: www.goulburnaustralia.com.au Also read: Police charge five over alleged cultivation of $55m drug crop We depend on revenue subscriptions to support our journalism. If you can, please register here for the Highlands and here for the Tablelands. If you are already subscribed, thank you for your support.