This was the first 'Amazing Race' Liverpool has held, and if you participated we would love to hear your feedback so that if we do it again... it can be even more epic than the one that just went :D
NSW's largest Youth Week event Bring It On Festival was, in our opinion.... Awesome. But that's not what were after here, we want your opinion :) Tell us what you liked, what you didn't and how you think we can improve by clicking >>> Here! <<<< PS you've read too far, Go back :P
As you may know, here at The Street University we host a lot of events, many in partnership with Liverpool City Council and other local services. We are now taking in applications for future performances in 2015 so if you are interested in showcasing your skills please fill in this form <<<
At the Street University we make an effort to involve the young people in as many different aspects of the organisation as we can. Their input is highly valued as we are constantly striving to provide services that are both engaging and educational, but more importantly, services that young people feel will benefit other young people. This means inviting them along to participate in meetings, taking an active role in the planning and implementation of programs and events; and teaching them skills that assist them in becoming positive role models and leaders within their own peer groups and communities.
We just want to give a quick shout out to Street Kulture Breakers AKA SKB who will be heading to Korea to represent Australia after being announced the 2014 champions of the R16’s Oceania for the third consecutive year. Wh-Whaatt!? You heard right, these guys are absolutely killing it in the scene and have a proven performance history that’s really raising the bar for other Australian B-boy crews including 1st place wins at: