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Youth Work Toolbox

Youtube Channels

youthlegal: youthlegal is YouthLaw’s youtube channel. youthlegal has videos informing people who work in professions such as youth work on the law and young people. It also has videos aimed at young people which informs them on the law and their rights. (2017)

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Youthtrain Video Project: Youtrain is a project that has developed digital resources for non-formal education run by the Erasmus+ Program through the European Union.  This resource is a digital toolbox to be used by professionals in a range of scenarios to improve the quality, reach and impact of youth work. (2019)

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FriendlyJordies: Satirical Australian comedian who posts videos which make Australian politics funny, informative and accessible for young people. (2020)

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Laci Green:
Laci Green is a sex positivity activist and sex educator for young people who regularly posts videos for young people around the world on topics regarding sexuality, sexual health and relationships. (Caution: Videos have a US Centric perspective and some videos may need to be viewed with a youtube account from an 18+ adult, because of youtube’s guidelines on minors viewing content that contains mature themes) (2020)

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Australia’s Shame: Four Corners investigates the abuse of young boys by guards in the Northern Territory Don Dale youth detention centre. (Warning, distressing scenes and language are contained in this video) (2016) View here

Our Kids – Why they are so stressed? Four Corners interviews young people on what it is like being a teenager in the 2010s (2014) View here

Growing Up Poor: Young people and their parents talk about what’s it’s like to grow up in one of the lowest socio-economical areas of Sydney. (2012) View here

Youth Work in Australia Series 

What is Youth Work: Part I View here

What is Youth Work: Part II View here

Youth Participation and Youth Movements: Part I View here

Youth Participation and Youth Movements: Part II View here

The YWA acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past, present and emerging and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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