Conference Recordings Available

Watch session recordings from the National Children & Youth Homelessness Conference 2023.


The Home Truths exhibition is a series of archival and contemporary images providing a unique insight into youth homelessness. Through images and stories of homeless young people we aim to shine a light on the problem and inspire action to address it.

NYCA National Inquiry into Youth Employment and Transitions

The National Youth Commission has released five report’s in 2022 emanating from the evidence gathered by the Inquiry. Other reports will be released soon. Use the link to find out more.

Youthworx Productions

Youthworx Productions is a film production company and social enterprise based in Melbourne, Australia. We’ve been telling stories onscreen for over 10 years. With a strong understanding of your brand, your audience, your marketing strategy and your message, we will craft a beautiful story that will help you engage with with your audience. You all have a story to tell, so let us help you tell it. 

Youthworx Pathways Program

Youthworx is our youth media social enterprise that trains and employs young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness in creative and commercial media production. 

Youth Futures Summit

The Youth Futures Summit (YFS) is an annual event that brings together thousands of diverse people across multiple sectors and communities to re-imagine issues young people are facing in Australia.

A Way Home Australia

A Way Home Australia is a national campaign, which emanated from the National Youth Homelessness Conference held in March 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. It is based on the NYHC Communique, which unanimously endorsed at the conference, which seeks support of a number of fundamental reforms in the way in which we focus our national efforts to prevent and end youth homelessness.

Bridging the Divide Summit

,This summit will focus on equity in education. October 30-31 2023 Melbourne.


Youth Development Australia Ltd (YDA) seeks to create platforms for change with young people especially those experiencing different forms of disadvantage.

The three core activities of YDA are:

Create and trial innovative and pioneering projects for young people.

Inform policy debate through think-tanks, conferences, and NYCA Inquiries on youth issues of national significance.

Create opportunities for young people to have their own voice, develop creative ideas and achieve their full potential.