The NSW Youth Advisory Council plays an important role in guiding NSW Government youth affairs and raising the views of young people.
Applications are sought from young people with relevant life experience, a keen interest in youth affairs and/or experience in youth and community organisations.
The Council meets regularly throughout the year to discuss a range of relevant topics, as well as monitoring and evaluating youth-related policies and legislation which affect young people.
The 12 Council members, aged between 12 and 24, come from all over the State and are broadly representative of the diversity of young people living in NSW.
Part four of the The Advocate for Children and Young People Act 2014 sets out the Council’s responsibilities and main function.
Applications for the 2018 Youth Advisory Council closed Saturday 30 September, 2017.
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Part four of The Advocate for Children and Young People Act 2014 details that the Minister appoints members of the Youth Advisory Council. Members must have such experience, skills and qualifications as the Minister considers necessary for them to make a contribution to the work of the Council.