FECCA are pleased to present the first ever FECCA Youth Day as part of the main Conference Program. The Youth Day has been designed to address multicultural and community issues from a youth perspective. On the day you will hear from our youth as well as those working closely with young people in our society.
FECCA is keen to include as many young people as possible and have scholarship opportunities available to attend Youth day. If you are interested in the Scholarships or wish to discuss other opportunities to attend please contact the Secretariat at email@example.com or via phone +612 9436 0232.
The program will feature:
Patrick Abboud is the Master of Ceremonies for the Youth Day. The son of Palestinian/ Lebanese parents, Patrick Abboud is an award-winning storyteller, documentary filmmaker and broadcaster. Currently the senior investigative reporter/ presenter on SBS VICELAND’s nightly program The Feed, Pat is passionate about uncovering stories you never knew existed.
Jenevieve Chang is a writer, performing artist and movement director with a career spanning Australia, the UK and China. She trained at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She has a distinguished career in the arts and will spend time discussing Intersectionality and Creativity in Multiculturalism.
Kashif Bouns is the General Manager of the Western Bulldogs Community Foundation. The Bulldogs have a
Diversity & Social Inclusion Program which aims to build self-reliant and connected communities that participate in and contribute back to our diverse society. Kashif will be joined by Alipate Carlile a retired players who now works as Multicultural Programs Manager at Port Adelaide Football Club.
For more information on the Conference and to Register please visit the website at www.fecca2017.com.au.