A week for young people, nationally

LEETON Youth Committee members Cate Rapley (left) and Molly Pettersson, both 14, get into the swing of painting themselves for the blacklight rave.

NATIONAL Youth Week (NYW) is the largest celebration of young people in Australia.

Thousands of young people aged 12 to25 from across Australia are involved in NYW each year.

In 2015, NYWis beingheld from April 10 to19.

“It Starts With Us” is the theme for 2015 and was decided by the National Planning Group Young Members.

The phenomenon that is NYW all began in 2000 with the theme “Count Me In”.

Since then, other themes have included “Get Into It”, “Bring It On!”, “What’s It To You?”, “Make It Yours”, “Shout, Share, Live, Unite”, “Own It!”, and last year’s “Our Voice. Our Impact”.

There are many ways to stay in touch with NYW in 2015, but the newest is thefirst ever NYW live social media wall.

Any young person can contribute NYW or National Youth Awards news and photos to the wall using #NYW15.

The live wall can alsoshare relevant Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Instagram posts and will also be live at the National Youth Awards and at select NYW events.

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