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Responsible Partying

Subtitle Do you know how to party?

The project is a creative youth participation project designed to inform, educate and encourage young people concerning the societal impacts of their behaviour in organising or attending parties.

By educating young people about the potential legal consequences for them individually, including criminal charges, the project will increase young people’s skills in positive decision making.

In YAC's experience of working with young people for over 30 years, education is a valuable tool in supporting young people to have positive police interactions. If young people understand their obligations and responsibilities when ‘partying’ as well as the extent of police powers, then they are less likely to both engage in unlawful behaviour and come into conflict with police endeavouring to exercise their powers.

The project directly informed and educated those young people who participated in the workshops and the workshop discussions were used to develop targeted and accessible resources which are available to all young people throughout Queensland.

CLC/Agency Youth Advocacy Centre
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Area of Law
  • Children and young people
  • Crime and offences
  • Neighbours
  • Police powers
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
  • Children and young people
  • Community workers
  • Educational institution
  • General public
  • Parents
  • QLD
Method of Delivery
  • Powerpoint presentation
  • Video
  • Website, social media or application
  • Workshop/s, seminar or forum
Project Type
  • Community Legal Education
Project uploaded to CLEAR 18th June 2015
Contact Person Katrina Jefferson
Contact Position Community Legal Education Officer
Contact Email
Contact Phone (07) 33561002
Production/Delivery Date 01/02/2015
Evaluation Not Stated

As this project has exceeded its review date it is recommended that the author/auspicing agency be contacted to confirm the currency of the information provided. 

Review Date 18th June 2016

Disclaimer: Laws and policies are often changing. We encourage you to check the currency of any laws or policies referenced in the above CLEAR project.

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