Have you got some great ideas for youth activities during this year’s June/July school holiday break?Now is the time to act with applications open for the June/July 2017 Youth Vibe Holiday Grants Program.
Territory Families will be taking the lead in coordinating the Northern Territory Government’s new $18 million annual investment in a comprehensive Youth Justice Diversion program for young offenders, and those at risk of offending.
The Barnardos Mother of the Year Awards showcase the work of everyday mums in our community and the positive difference they make in the lives of children.
Expressions of interest are being sought from the community for six membership positions on the Minister’s Advisory Council for Senior Territorians. The Council provides a voice for Northern Territory seniors on issues of interest through high level and strategic advice to the government.
Young people at Don Dale Youth Detention Centre welcomed a visit from Australian music icon Paul Kelly and multi-instrumentalist and producer Charlie Owen yesterday.
Looking for something to do this school holidays? Check out the Office of Youth Affairs December 2016/January 2017 School Holiday Calendar.
Members of the Youth Round Table gathered at Parliament House with family and friends on Sunday 4 December 2016, to present their Community Based Projects to government Ministers’ and CEO’s.
Territory Families Senior Aboriginal Community Worker, Dawn Ivinson, was named Runner-up National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islands Student of the Year at the Australian Training Awards.
International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world each year on 8 March to recognise the economic, political and social achievements of women. If you are planning to hold an event to celebrate the day you can apply for a grant of up to $3,000 from the Office of Women's Policy to help run your event.
Expressions of Interest are being sought for the Minister’s Advisory Council on Multicultural Affairs (MACMA). The Council will provide advice on the participation of migrants and the promotion of cultural diversity in the Northern Territory’s social, economic and civic life.