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16 Days of Activism Respecting Youth Voices to Enable Change Community Showcase Event

The City of Casey has a longstanding commitment to gender equality and family violence prevention, and have been supporting the United Nations’ 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign (25 November to 10 December) for a number of years.

Our free Respecting Youth Voices to Enable Change event will showcase 20 of Casey’s diverse multicultural and multilingual youth and what respect means to them through dance, photography and poetry.

Over recent months, participants took part in three workshops that explored Council’s strategic objectives A Safe and Equal Casey: A Gender Equality and Prevention of Violence Against Women Strategic Plan 2022-2032. Held at Lynbrook Community Centre, Council was able to capture how the participants explore various art forms to express respect, self-identity, gender diversity and celebrate different cultures, as well as helping them to build positive, equal and respectful relationships.     

Council looks forward to showcasing the performances of Casey’s youth and displaying their creations, and welcome local community members to attend.


Bunjil Place Function Centre
Education and workshops

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