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QFCC Youth Summit

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QFCC Youth Summit

We are hosting a two-day Youth Summit on the 10 and 11 April 2024 in Brisbane during Queensland Youth Week (7-13 April).

The Youth Summit is an opportunity for children and young people to speak directly to government and community leaders about topics that matter to them.

Let’s get the ball rolling and plant the seeds for change!

There are many ways to get involved.

Register to attend the Youth Summit

Children and young people have a right to participate in the decisions that affect them.  Registrations are now open for decision-makers and young people to register to attend the QFCC Youth Summit and to hear what our young speakers have to say.

Come along for day one and hear directly from young people about who they are and what they are passionate about.  Be inspired by real-life stories and be motivated to create change that directly involves young people.

On day two, young people will connect with each other and generate discussion and ideas about what to do in response to what was heard on the first day.  Interactive discussions and workshops will keep the ball rolling with a focus on moving forward and acting.

REGISTRATIONS OPEN SOON! 

Frequently Asked Questions

Be quick! Registrations are limited and will close on 29 March 2024.

Yes! We'd love to have you speak at our event. 

Click here to apply!

 

Applications close 12 March 2024.