For students in years 11 - 13.
World Vision Youth Conference is a leadership event designed to spark a passion for justice in young Kiwis, and equip them with leadership tools to create change both locally and globally. Each year close to two thousand young people across Aotearoa are empowered and mobilised to be strong social advocates in their schools and communities through the World Vision Youth Conference national tour.
Throughout the day, students will:
Learn how to step into their leadership potential, and implement change in their schools and communities.
Deepen their understanding of the systemic injustices facing today's society.
Hear from inspiring guest speakers at the forefront of change in Aotearoa.
Participate in interactive activities to cement key learnings.
The conference includes a Teachers Session, with lunch and morning tea catering provided for teachers.
Time: 9:00am - 2:30pm
Doors open: 8:30am
Event start time: 9:30am
Event finish time: 2:30pm
Parking: Free parking at venue
Please note due to the popularity of this event tickets are limited to 4 students and 1 teacher pass per school. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions regarding ticketing.
“I would say that the World Vision Youth Conference was fantastic. All throughout the whare, there were hundreds of passionate people who were willing to create change and the conference helped intensify that passion. So much so, that I think that this year, everyone who will be getting involved, will not only make changes but very large changes that will positively impact many lives.”
“The World Vision Youth Conference was not only soul stirring but also incredibly eye-opening. It provided the perfect place and atmosphere for passionate youth to gather and discuss their views, beliefs and inspirations without judgement. Would highly recommend for any young people wanting to make a material difference in the issues our world is facing today!”
“The World Vision Youth Conference was an excellent event. My students enjoyed the opportunity to learn about social action and social justice, and as a result have been empowered to actually do something to help. I would strongly recommend that all schools experience this event, purely for the confidence it helps to instill in our future leaders.”