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Craigieburn resident, Michael Casha, has been announced as Victoria's ambassador for National Youth Week by Minister for Youth Affairs Ryan Smith.
The NYC celebrated its 20th National Youth Week, starting with the National Youth Day and launching the National Youth Card at the end of April.
May 1 to 7, 2014 was proclaimed National Youth Week, June 2014 was proclaimed Recreation and Parks Month, and Oct.
Durham County Council is taking part in National Youth Week this week in a bid to reward small projects and individuals.
Young people aged 14-19 from Conwy and Denbighshire quizzed a panel of experts at the event in St Asaph, as part of National Youth Week.
As a means to use the launch to engage the youth community I suggested that we hold the launch in the last week of May and include it as part of Dunedin's national youth week activities.
The Prince's Trust Scotland launched National Youth Week in November last year to highlight the positive contributions young people make to their communities.
Jackie Tyler, Prince's Trust north west regional director, said: "What a fantastic end to the Prince's Trust's first national Youth Week, which has challenged negative perceptions about young people.