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Appointment of Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations for 2022
UN Youth Australia today announces the appointment of the Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations for 2022, TeEACH HDR Student, Angelica Ojinnaka.
The Youth Representative to the United Nations Program, first established in 1999, is the only role of its kind in Australia. Appointed annually by UN Youth Australia in collaboration with the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Youth Representative engages extensively with Australian youth to ascertain their experiences and perspectives on domestic and international issues and affairs. Throughout their tenure, Angelica will convey these insights to the United Nations, other international bodies, and domestic forums within Australia.
Angelica Ojinaka is a youth advocate and researcher who has worked on issues pertaining to youth and civic affairs, youth mental health and gender equality.
Angelica is currently a Master of Research candidate at TeEACH, WSU. and
TeEACH Scholarship Opportunity
TeEACH is very excited to advise of a scholarship available to eligible Aboriginal and / or Torres Strait Islander people who can address the criteria.
This scholarship is for $50K per year for 3 years, WSU co-funded with our partners at Key Assets Australia.
Click here for the Criteria
Demonstrating the impact of a volunteer family support program: Insights from a RCT
Hear the lessons learned and insights gained from the practitioners and evaluators involved in the Volunteer Family Connect program.
Date: 11 May 2022 1pm - 2pm AEST
Location: Online Webinar
Presenters: Jayne Meyer Tucker, Rebekah Grace, Angela Styman and Joanna Schwarzman