ExpiredTasmania’s Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy for 0-25 Year Olds Consultation Workshop

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  • Tasmania’s Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy for 0-25 Year Olds Consultation Workshop
    17 March 2021
    12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Consultation workshop for small to medium community organisations

Do you work for a small to medium sized community sector organisation? Does your organisation deliver services to children and young people or their families and care givers? Do you have great ideas about how we can make Tasmania the best place for children and young people?

Then please join this online workshop and help shape Tasmania’s Child and Youth Wellbeing Strategy for 0-25 year olds. The Strategy will have a specific focus on the first 1,000 days (from pregnancy to two years of age).

The Tasmanian Government is seeking the views and ideas of Tasmanian children, young people, their caregivers, and the service sector to help develop the Strategy.

There are a number of ways to share your views, including visiting wellbeing.tas.gov.au and making a formal submission to the Discussion Paper.

We do understand it can be difficult for smaller organisations to find the time and resources to make a formal submission. So to make it easier for you to share your views, we’ve created this special online consultation workshop especially for small to medium sized community sector organisations.

This 90-minute interactive and inclusive workshop will be facilitated by Leigh Arnold Communications. We hope you can join the workshop to have your say and help us develop the child and youth wellbeing strategy.

Details on how to join the Zoom Video Conferencing workshop will be distributed closer to the date. Please feel free to eat your lunch during the workshop.

From the Child and Youth Wellbeing Team, Departments of Premier and Cabinet and Communities Tasmania, in partnership with the Youth Network of Tasmania and TasCOSS.

Registration closes 5pm, Tuesday 16 March 2021. For more information, please contact Bridget Delaney, Community Sector Development Officer, on (03) 6231 0755 or email Bridget.

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