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Shoalhaven City Council is involved in developing youth services, facilities and activities.
We promote the participation of young people and showcase their achievements across the Shoalhaven.
The youth inclusion grant is for youth-led and youth-driven community projects that have a positive youth development focus and give young people the opportunity to develop a range of skills.
Applications must aim to break down barriers and:
Grants need to address young people’s identified needs in an innovative way and increase young people’s connections to the community.
The youth inclusion grant program provides small grants of between $500 and $2,000.
Find skate parks, BMX tracks, cycleways and more across the Shoalhaven:
Nowra Youth Protocol is a set of guidelines for all those who use public and private space around the Nowra central business district (CBD). It was adopted by Shoalhaven City Council 18 March 2014.
It aims to make sure people of all ages feel safe and welcome in the CBD.
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Youth Shoalhaven is a group of youth services that provide a public discussion opportunity (forum) for young people and the youth sector, and the broader community, to identify their needs and develop strategies and services to respond to those needs.
They have developed draft position papers to lobby effectively on issues for young people.
Our Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) represents the interest and views of local young people to Council and the Community.
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Shoalhaven City Council’s Aboriginal Youth Engagement Strategy provides a guide to those working with Aboriginal young people across a range of community sectors including local government.
It aims to inform how organisations can best work with Aboriginal young people.
Community Connections Team