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YACWA End of Year Celebration

We're happy to announce we'll be mixing governance and merriment on Friday 11 December at our joint Annual General Meeting with our friends at Youth Work WA.

Whether you're a YACWA member, a friend of the organisation or a youth worker, we invite you to join us and unwind from the end of a very strange year indeed.

We'll provide food, drinks and entertainment.


Friday 11 December
5pm - 8pm
The 21st Amendment
1/663 Newcastle St, Leederville

RSVPing is essential for this event. We look forward to seeing you there.
RSVP for the AGMs + Youth Sector Sundowner
Nominate for the 2020/21 YACWA Board

We're pleased to open nominations for Youth Affairs Council of WA's 2020/21 Board of Directors.
This year we have three vacancies available. We are pleased that two of the current board members in the vacant positions will be seeking re-election, however we encourage all members to consider nominating for the various positions.
We are always seeking nominations from young people who have the skills to nominate for a position on the Board. This year, in particular, we are seeking people with previous board governance experience.

The positions currently up for election are:
  • 2 x Ordinary Board members
  • 1 x Under 26 Board member
Find out more about YACWA's current Board and governance at our Board page, our Annual Reports and our current Constitution.

Nominations will close on Monday 9 November at 5pm.
Nominate for the YACWA Board
Nominate for YACWA Life Membership

Nominations are also open for Life Membership to YACWA.

Life Membership highlights an individual's dedication, passion and commitment to the ideals of YACWA and recognises their long-standing efforts as a champion for the rights and well-being of all young people in Western Australia.
Nominate for YACWA Life Membership
Changes to the YACWA Constitution

In addition to announcing the result of our Board elections, we'll be be proposing changes to the YACWA Constitution to be voted on by the membership.
Changes to the YACWA Constitution

YACWA respectfully acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of this country. While our work is state-wide, YACWA's office is based on the land of Wadjuk people of the Noongar nation. 

We wish to pay our respect to Elders past and present and extend this to all Aboriginal people seeing this message.

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