Found 3 Mediation & Advocacy volunteering opportunities in Australia

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  1. Multicultural Youth Reference Group Member

    Are you passionate about making a difference? Do you want to ensure that the voices of multicultural young people are heard and valued? The Multicultural Hub Canberra (mHub) and St Vincent de Paul Migrant and Refugee Program are excited to announce the formation of our collaborative Multicultural Youth Reference Group. Members will help to inform events, programs and activities that benefit multicultural young people and in turn will help create a space for meaningful youth participation.

    Migrant Services
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Yarralumla ACT, Acton ACT
  2. Student Advocates

    SchoolKits for Congo seek Student Advocates to invite their own school communities to engage in meaningful and rewarding global giving. Advocates will present the program to decision-makers, show them the positive impact that involvement can have on both givers and receivers, and connect them with the resources necessary to complete the first gift cycle. Advocates may also assist with local publicity for the event. Advocates may be current school students or recent graduates.

    Education & Training
    One off - an event
  3. City of Bayswater Youth Advisory Council Member

    Are you aged between 12-25 years? Do you want your VOICE to be heard? Do you want to create REAL IMPACT in your local community? If you’re living, working or studying in Bayswater, Bedford, Embleton, Maylands, Morley, Noranda, Dianella or Mount Lawley The Bayswater Youth Advisory Council (YAC) is looking for new members with fresh ideas!

    Young People
    Regular - more than 6 months
    Across: Morley WA, Bayswater WA, Maylands WA