During February and March we’ve brought together numerous stakeholders in network / partnership meetings:
• Inner Metro Youth and Community Partnership
• Resilience and Wellbeing (Raw) Network
• providers which work with disengaged young people
• Homework Club network, and
• LGBTIQ stakeholder group.
In addition the IELLEN has continued work as project partner to the Windsor Intensive Transition Service Support (WITS) Program. We also again lead a Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) Program in 2019.
These past two months through active Committee representation, we’ve supported key partnerships, initiatives, or education providers directly:
• Communities That Care (CTC) Stonnington
• Navigator (Bayside Peninsula) Program
• Youth Engagement Partnership (YEP)
• Youth Affairs Council of Victoria (Policy Advisory Group)
• Prahran Community Learning Centre; and
• Oakwood School.
Our SWL Service has also been busy working with schools assisting their students access quality SWL opportunities. More on SWL in our next news post!