By Lucy Andrews On Tuesday last week, the Swinburne University team brought a reform to Youth Parliament asking for the introduction of concession cards and fuel vouchers for full-time higher education and international students. They also outlined the establishment of a Student Affordability Commission to oversee the implementation of the Bill and address student affordability … Continue reading SWINBURNE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS HAVE HAD ENOUGH OF UNFAIR TRANSPORT COSTS
Chester Ngan Youth Parliamentarians from Wonthaggi Secondary College have successfully passed a Bill through the Legislative Council, proposing to train high school students in first aid. Their Bill, known as Mandatory First Aid Training for Secondary School Students Bill 2017, requires Victorian secondary schools to supply Level 2 First Aid training to all students in … Continue reading Fight for First Aid Training to be Compulsory in Secondary Schools
Chester Ngan Mildura Rural City Council has passed a Bill through Youth Parliament, seeking to introduce a program that could potentially reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues among teenagers. Their Bill, titled Mental Health Early Intervention in Secondary Schools Bill 2017, aims to provide school-aged teenagers with professional support to quickly identify and overcome … Continue reading “Unacceptable statistics”: Mildura team tackles mental health in light of disturbing figures
Rehila Hydari Monday morning was a busy and exciting time for everyone in Youth Parliament. The East Gippsland Youth Ambassadors were particularly keen for the day to begin; they had a very important bill to debate, one that was close to their hearts. Mr Brodee Turner introduced the Bill, titled 'Healthy Alternatives to Current School … Continue reading Youth Ambassadors Speak Out for Disengaged Students
Hiba Hammoud If you grow up in the 'suburbs', you may have seen thefts, gang violence, domestic violence and other crimes reported in the news. According to the Crime Statistics Agency, in the last year (ending in March 2017), there were approximately 20,000 offences in the City of Greater Dandenong alone. Students from Hoppers Crossing … Continue reading Should Victoria Tighten Its Parole Conditions?