The 2014 – 2015 Safer Celebrations campaign, called Keep it in Check, wrapped up in February 2015. More information can be found in the 2014 – 2015 Safer Celebrations Project Report.
The next Safer Celebrations Campaign will be launched later in 2015.
Launched in November 2014, Keep it in Check is a Youth Solutions safer celebrations campaign, developed in partnership with Campbelltown Catholic Club.
The campaign prompts young people and the wider community to keep their nights out and celebrations in check by ticking off a range of positive behaviours and actions. These positive actions are aimed at making festive celebrations safer.
Keep it in Check has been developed with a high level of youth participation to adequately target young people in Macarthur. The campaign will connect with the community through various social media channels, local events, media and stalls at the Campbelltown Catholic Club where the Youth Solutions team will be running competitions, giving away freebies and tips on how to ‘celebrate safe’.
For more information about community events and stall dates click here. To stay connected with the campaign, check out Youth Solutions’ social media pages:
We encourage you to take a look at the Keep it in Check posters:
For information and tips on how to keep your night in check, download the Safer Celebrations Guide.
Keep it in Check campaign video
As part of the campaign, young people were encouraged to share their advice for keeping their night in check on Youth Solutions’ Facebook page. The competition closed on 15 December 2014 and Dylan from Spring Farm won the first place prize – a Polaroid Cube! More details about the competition are included on the Competition Flyer and the Terms and Conditions.
Check out some of the best advice from the competition:
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