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DAILY @ OZGREEN
Monday, 16 June 2014 00:56

Between 3rd and 7th June we held three fantastic YLTW congresses, Bellingen, Castlemaine and Randwick.  Click here to see the congress reports and action plans.

Thursday, 01 May 2014 23:23

YLTW is a three days youth leadership program focusing on sustainability education.  Participants Focus on ConcernsCreate Visions for their Future and Develop Dynamic Action Plans to implement personally and in their communities.  

If you are interested or know someone who would like to connect with other vibrant dynamic changemakers to make a difference then you need to find out more and register for YLTW 2014.   

We have once again in 2104 trained another amazing team of young vibrant facilitators all ready to run YLTW 2014 programs all over the country.  Some of these congresses have an active online registration page which you can access via our online registration area, the rest will come online as the scheduled dates approach.  

Have a look at our YLTW area for locations, videos, photos and presentations to see how others have enjoyed and benefited from their YLTW experience.

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Media Releases 2014

Time for a clean Ganga

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MyRiver Bremer

 MyRiver Bremer Media Release 10 MARCH 2014  Queensland youth help shape the future of the…

Features

SWAN HILL STARS

2014 LGPro Awards for Excellence - Sustainability Initiative Category

HUGE congratulations to Erin Raggatt and the crew from Youth Leading the Murray-Mallee who last night blitzed the local government awards in Victoria. Erin won Young Achiever of the Year 2014; Youth Leading the Murray-Malley won Sustainability Initiative Category.

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NEWSLETTER FROM TIMOR

East Timor Newsletter Christmas 2013

SUSTAINABILITY IN EL SALVADOR

Norma and Juacho are from El Salvador. They participated in the 5 week Climate Resilience Leadership Program run by OzGREEN in partnership with Seres in 2011 and 2012. During this time there was a major flood in Norma’s village and 2 children died. She was very concerned about the lack of safe space for young people in her community and the lack of understanding and models for sustainability. Working within the limits of what she could get started with straight away, Norma decided to start her dream in her own home - and Casa Verde (Green House) was born. Two years later Casa Verde is a thriving centre for sustainability running regular programs for youth. The initiative is supported by local artists and jewellery makers collective.

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