In March 2012, the Don Dunstan Foundation showcased the work of people under 26 years old who are making the world a better place in a touring event called YAP (Young Awesome People).
Included in the Adelaide Fringe Youth Engagement Program, the event was seen by 2000 high school students across South Australia.

This video was screened as part of some of those events and is now made available as a resource for teachers, students and the general public as a great example of how people can create change in their community. It is intended as a companion video (or sequel) for the mini-documentary on Indi Wishart who initiated the GSA at Unley High School.

Thank you to the generosity of the Unley High School administration and students for their assistance in the production of this video, in particular Jo Vanderzwaag.

For further information about YAP, to obtain the Educators' Resource Kit or to stay in touch with the work of the Don Dunstan Foundation, email jennifer.greerholmes@adelaide.edu.au

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YAP was made possible with the support of the Department of Education and Child Development, Country Arts SA, Carclew Youth Arts, Northern Sound System and Rotary.

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