Youth Parliament wrap up
Today marks the end of the Youth Parliament of Victoria sitting at Spring Street.
Youth Parliament is a program designed to give young Victorians between the ages of 16 – 25 a chance to be heard at the highest levels of State Government, on a wide range of issues relevant to young people’s lives.
The third and final sitting day, the Youth Parliament Legislative assembly, and I’m sure its been full of healthy debate and interesting discussions,
Panorama reporter Rose Houghton spoke to Finbar O’Mallon from the Parliament’s newly-established youth parliament to discuss the outcomes from the sittings.
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