This stream is designed for students who are passionate about envisioning a fair and just world or wanting to become a leader of global change. Human rights principles and theories of social justice will be explored, as well as a number of specific local and global issues affecting the world today such as youth homelessness, poverty, and gender inequality. World-class leaders in social justice will lead highly interactive workshops and discussions, and guest speakers will provide a firsthand account of their struggles to achieve the same freedoms afforded to the majority. A walking street tour will explore the prevalence and impact of youth homelessness in Melbourne, and excursions to William Ricketts Sanctuary and CERES Community Environmental Park are designed to give students a greater appreciation of the need for social change and the realisation that it just takes one person to make a small yet significant difference in the world.
|DATES||01 July – 08 July 2018
25 Nov – 02 Dec 2018
|AGE REQUIREMENTS||14 – 17|
|FEE||AUD 1,950 / week|
|REMARKS||The Young Leaders Program, offered at Trinity College, the University of Melbourne, provides students aged between 14 and 17 the opportunity to broaden their outlook on learning and study, to be inspired, to increase their confidence, to practice leadership skills and to consider their future directions. Each year more than 300 students from all around the world participate in this life-changing residential program. The opportunity to live on campus and participate in lectures and workshops at Trinity College and the University of Melbourne with other like-minded young leaders from around the world provides students a unique international experience.|