Australian Centre for Child and Youth: Culture and Wellbeing
The Australian Centre for Child and Youth: Culture and Wellbeing is an innovative interdisciplinary 21st century centre that integrates technology, research, teaching and practice in fields pertaining to the culture and wellbeing of children and youth.
Gawa, Home of King
Centre Advisory Board
G. Ramsey, A. Bell, L. Paroissien, T. Rein, R. Johnston, D. Hannaford, V. Jack, P. Totaro, D. Gallop, M. McCluskey.
V.C., Professor R. Milbourne, UTS Chancellor, V. Sara and Founding Director, ACCY Professor R. Johnston, the Governor-General, Ms Q. Bryce
Author Libby Gleeson with students in the 21st Century Atelier
Elcho Island student artwork
The centre was launched on 27 October 2009 at a function in the Chancellery at the University of Technology Sydney.
The New Ways team travelled to Lockhart River community in Far North Queensland, in a pilot that represents the evolution of the New Ways and Literate Australia projects into the development of a larger digital project.