Deadline: 18 April 2016
Nominations are open for Youth Week Awards 2016, which recognise and celebrate the outstanding contributions that young people make to community and through their significant impact on others.
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- Change Maker – LGBTI: For young people who have created positive change in, or for, the LGBTI community.
- Change Maker – Cultural: For young people who have created positive change to foster cultural understanding in their community.
- Change Maker – Community Safety: For young people who have created positive change, resulting in a safer environment for young people in their community.
- Leadership: The Leadership Award will be awarded to a young person who has demonstrated their leadership in a project or organisation.
- Giving Back: The Giving Back Award will be awarded to a young person whose actions address a current need and have had a significant impact on their community.
- Working for Youth: The Working for Youth Award will be awarded to a young person whose actions specifically support other young people in areas such as (but not limited to) the arts, culture, the environment or sport.
- Youth With Disability: The Youth with Disability Award will be awarded to a young person with a disability who has made significant contribution to the disability sector and/or their community.
- Youth Group: The Youth Group Award will be awarded to a group of young people who have made significant contribution to their community in areas such as (but not limited to) the arts, culture, the environment or sport.
- Youth Champion: The Youth Champion Award will be awarded to an individual or an organisation who has made significant contribution to young people in areas such as (but not limited to) the arts, culture, education, the environment, health, research or sport.
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- Youth Week | Ara Taiohi : 21st – 29th May 2016
- Youth Awards Gala: Tuesday 24th May 2016
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- Be currently living, and have lived in New Zealand for the past 12 months or more.
- Have participated in the activities they have been nominated for within the past 12 months.
- For Change Maker (LGBTI and/or Cultural and/or Community Safety), Leadership, Giving Back, Working for Youth, Youth with Disability and Youth Group awards: have participated in activites they were nominated for outside of their regular study or work commitments.
- For Change Maker (LGBTI and/or Cultural and/or Community Safety), Leadership, Giving Back, Working for Youth, Youth with Disability and Youth Group awards: be aged between 12 and 24 at the beginning of Youth Week on 21st May 2016.
How to Apply
Applicants must apply online via given website.
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For more information, please visit Youth Week Awards.