Not-for-profit that runs fun, inspiring creative writing and storytelling workshops for marginalized young people aged 7 to 17. We work with schools and community groups all over Sydney and Western Sydney to reach children and teenagers most at risk of losing confidence in their writing abilities and switching off at school. In our workshops young people develop the skills and confidence to find their voice and shape the future.
An organisation which seeks to bring Indians of Australia on one platform as an effective voice, and help new migrants in Australia, help seniors, and arrange forums on community needs & issues, networking with other religions and ethnicities, supporting arts, cultural links and language networking. It also seeks to promote a positive image of Indians and dilute racism.
Australia’s national peak body representing the rights and interests of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds and those who work with them.
A national youth-led educational organization, with the primary objective of opening young eyes to the world. Through facilitating discussions with students on world issues, UNYA seeks to empower young people to implement positive change within their communities, both locally and globally.
An evolving intersectional feminist organisation focused on working towards a future where gender equality is a reality for young women, women and people of marginalised genders. In order to achieve this vision, they have made young women’s leadership and women’s housing their priority for gender equity in Australia.
The Tipping Point team is a tight knit, hard working group with a track record of delivering quality projects in short time-frames, including helping to spearhead the Australian fossil fuel divestment movement, supporting the growth of the #StopAdani movement, organising mass climate mobilisations and pushing major banks to say no to fossil fuels.
An organisation which aims to create an Australia free from discrimination, through delivering LGBTQIA+ training, resources, and digital campaigns. They equip young people with the skills and opportunities they need to be at the forefront of driving change.
An organisation which supports and develops pathways for refugee families, people seeking asylum, and recently arrived migrants to access essential services and to build community connections. They aim to improve the process of migration and social cohesion (including regional population and economic growth) amongst other things to advance a welcoming and inclusive narrative in public discourse.
Road to Refuge is a community organisation that stands for the rights of refugees and people seeking asylum in Australia. They seek to create, support and value those with lived experience by leading community-owned conversations built on openness and empathy.
Democracy in Colour is a national racial and economic justice organisation led by people of colour. They run campaigns that tackle structural racism and build the power of people of colour to shape the critical issues that affect lives.
Students Against Racism (SAR) is a Tasmanian group of young people from refugee or migrant backgrounds who deliver workshops to educate people about the impact of racism. This project is a community collaboration which relies on the expertise of leading members as well as the input and experience of each individual involved.
RISE: Refugees, Survivors and Ex-Detainees is the first and only refugee and asylum seeker welfare and advocacy organisation in Australia, entirely governed by refugees, asylum seekers, and ex-detainees. As such, they view those who seek assistance from RISE as members, not clients.
Colour Code is a national movement of multicultural, migrant and First Nations peoples - speaking, advocating and campaigning for these respective communities. They are a member driven movement, combining community organising and innovative campaign tactics to achieve their goals.
KYC is the representative body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people in Victoria. Guided by their executive of 15 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people and state-wide network, KYC values the diversity and strength of young people as decision-makers. They advocate to government and community to advance the rights and representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people.
Seed is Australia’s first Indigenous youth climate network. They are building a movement of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people for climate justice with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition.
Seed’s vision is for a just and sustainable future with strong cultures and communities, powered by renewable energy.