Children and Young People’s Advisory Council meets with Tas Children’s Commissioner

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The Children and Young People’s Advisory Council recently met with Mark Morrissey, the Commissioner for Children in Tasmania. The Council members discussed issues important to them including education, bullying, the environment, multicultural and religious diversity and how to develop good communities.

Another round of meeting is being planned for July this year. The input from the council members will be used in a report which the Commissioner will present to Parliament later this year.

Listen to the audio below.

Young people under the age of 18 are invited to join the Children and Young People’s Advisory Council group in Tasmania. Children and young people from all backgrounds, cultures and locations are invited to apply.  The Council is divided into three regional groups which will each meet the Commissioner twice a year in Launceston, Burnie or Hobart to talk about local, state and national issues affecting children and young people in Tasmania. For more information, click here.

 

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