We're here for Queensland children, young people and families
This is a place for all young people where we promote and share your stories, ideas and perspectives.
The message from Jessy’s TedX talk is clear, we need to change how we associate culture with colour, and it needs to start now.
We are proud to share QFCC Youth Advocate Jessy’s incredible TEDx talk about her experience with the statement ‘You don’t look Aboriginal’ and the association between cultural identity and skin colour.
Information and Resources
The information in this section is dedicated to helping children and young people to understand the child protection system, the people involved, and the processes to keep children safe.
We aim to help you to understand your rights, have your say and find people who can help you.
"When young people are given opportunities to be listened to, we feel our voice, experiences and ideas have power. We feel a sense of positive purpose in the community and in decision making and we are more likely to want to contribute to better our communities. When decisions are being made about us, there is power in being a guiding voice,”
QFCC Youth Advocates
Youth Advocates amplify the voices of Queensland children and young people. They provide youth perspectives and leadership.