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National Youth Leadership Day Congress and Multicultural Concert

Brisbane non-profit incorporated organisation, Youth4Unity, will hold its first annual National Youth Leadership Day Congress in April 2009 as part of the Q150 celebrations.

 

Youth4Unity will also launch a new song for Queensland and with its talented Kidz2Kidz Choir in a Multicultural Concert; these events will be held at QUT's Gardens Theatre and Roma Street Parkland Amphitheatre respectively.

 

Taking place on 3rd April 2009, the Youth4Unity National Youth Leadership Day Congress and Concert coincides with the Q150 and Youth Week celebrations; this major event will showcase 'Queensland Youth - Creativity and Leadership', as it reflects on 150 years of independence from New South Wales and the establishment of its capital city, Brisbane.


To take part in the Q150 celebrations is to 'reflect on our past, and invest in our future', which resonates strongly with Youth4Unity's ongoing endeavour to promote tolerance and social harmony, to celebrate our ethnic, linguistic, cultural and economic richness and to help young people unite for the sake of equality, justice and peace, and to inspire our youth to get involved in their respective community and, ultimately, to make a difference. 

 

The Youth4Unity National Youth Leadership Day Congress will include a line up of confirmed guest speakers such as 2006 Australian of the Year Professor Ian Frazer, 2009 Young Australian of the Year Ms Jonty Bush, the Leader of the Opposition the Honourable Mr. Lawrence Springborg, BP Refiner Managing Director Ms. Kathy Hirschfeld and 2006 Queensland Australian of the Year (Local Hero) & Founding Director of Youth4Unity Ms Sana Mammo.

When:  03 April 2009

Time:  Congress: 8.30am – 3.30pm Concert: 6:30pm - 9.30pm

Where:  Congress @QUT Gardens Theatre Concert @ Roma Street Parkland Amphitheatre

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