CREATE Foundation’s International Conference “Youth for Change” Announced

CREATE Foundation is proudly hosting its second international conference Youth for Change: creating a better future at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from the 2nd to the 4th October 2015. The conference is unique as it invites all children and young people with a care experience to attend as well as carers, government officials and those working in the sector.

CREATE Foundation is proudly hosting its second international conference Youth for Change: creating a better future at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from the 2nd to the 4th October 2015. The conference is unique as it invites all children and young people with a care experience to attend as well as carers, government officials and those working in the sector.

CREATE Foundations first international conference, Strength to Strength, was held in Canberra in 2013 and was a resounding success. The conference was attended by over 360 delegates and the feedback received was unanimously positive with high energy and exuberance from all young people, carers, workers and guests throughout the event.

This year, CREATE Foundations international conference “Youth for Change: creating a better future“<http://youthforchange.create.org.au/> promises to be bigger and better, and a true forum for change with industry shakers Michael Unger (US) and Nigel Thomas (UK) along with National Children’s Commissioner Ms Megan Mitchell who will be involved in several “think tanks” with young people.

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