Youth Week an opportunity to celebrate youth

May 13, 2022, 12:54 p.m.

Youth have been making headlines for the wrong things, youth week offers communities the opportunity to move away from the negatives and celebrate rangatahi success. Youth worker and community advocate, Anton Fa'atau, works to help rangatahi redirect to a more positive lifestyle. He says working with youth means encouraging the whole whānau to be the best version of themselves.

Fa'atau says Youth week is an opportunity to celebrate the successes of rangatahi across the country through games, kai, and positive re-enforcement.


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