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Invitation for video pitches by young people

Children and young people up to 25 years of age are invited to create a one-minute video pitch to grab the attention of policy makers and service providers who will attend the 2019 Child Aware Conference to be held in Brisbane Thursday, 16th to Friday, 17th May. The Conference Committee is inviting video pitches in any format that answer the question “What do you need right now to be the best person you can be in the future?” All videos will be assessed by a Reference Group of young people who are working with Families Australia and our Conference Reference Group. All videos that are accepted will be uploaded to the Child Aware Conference website with a selection to be shown at the Conference. The videos must adhere to theSelection Criteria and can be submitted online.

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