New charter of rights for foster and kinship carers launched
New youth outreach workers start roles supporting young Territorians and their communities
This month there are two fantastic multicultural celebrations happening across the Territory.
A group of 25 new Youth Justice Officer recruits have completed their first block of training in Darwin
Miriam-Rose Ungunmerr Baumann has been awarded the 2017 Northern Territory Mother of the Year Award for her work caring for and mentoring children in her community of Nauiyu.
At 24, Mark Munnich has already achieved a lot. On Saturday night his many accomplishments were publically recognised when he was announced as the NT’s overall Young Achiever of the Year as well as taking out the Minister for Territory Families Excellence in Youth Leadership Award.
Applications for the 2017-18 Multicultural Community Facilities Grants are now being accepted.
National Youth Week has kicked off and will run through to Sunday 9 April 2017. This year’s theme is Dream Big.National Youth Week is an opportunity for all young people aged 12 to 25 years to come together, attend awesome events, speak up on issues of importance and have fun!
The Northern Territory Government offers grants of up to $2000 to community organisations to support the delivery of events and activities as part of Seniors Month in August. Is your organisation interested in supporting and celebrating seniors in your community?
International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world each year on 8 March, and the Northern Territory will be joining in with a vibrant array of activities and events to recognise the many achievements and contributions of Territory women past and present.