YNOT details the Federal Budget for Young People (03 April 2019)

YNOT has prepared a summary of what young people can expect from the 2019-20 Federal budget. This is not a bud

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YNOT response to ALP inquiry into Youth Mental Health

YNOT has provided a response to the Australian Labor Party's discussion paper on mental health. YNOT has focus

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Panel with the Pollies

YNOT held the ‘Panel with the Pollies’ forum in Launceston, Burnie and Hobart in March 2019. This was an o

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The Youth Network of Tasmania is the peak body for the non government youth sector in Tasmania.

YNOT News

YNOT Annual Report 2018

YNOT had a big year across 2017-18 with many achievements and challenges. YNOT's Annual Report was launch

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YNOT Budget Priorities Statement 2019-2020

YNOT released it's Budget Priorities Statement 2019-2020

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Cyber Bullying Submission

YNOT’s submission against the Tasmanian Government’s proposal to amend the Criminal Code Act 1924 to prose

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YNOT is the peak body for the non-government youth sector in Tasmania. It is funded by the Department of Communities Tasmania, through Communities, Sport and Recreation, to improve the Tasmanian community's response to youth issues by:

Involving young people and service providers in identifying and responding to youth issues;

Developing coordinating mechanisms across the youth sector; and providing advice to government and other agencies on youth issues.

YNOT also encompasses the Tasmanian Youth Forum (TYF) and the Tasmanian Youth Conference (TYC).