Most cultures have different ways of explaining or understanding mental health and the experience of mental health challenges. While there’s no right or wrong way to think about mental health, you’ll likely fin...CHECK IT OUT
Heywire winner, Paw Ku Htee – Eaglehawk, Victoria I spent the first 15 years of my life in a refugee camp. I am a Karen from Myanmar. My parents fled their village because of the civil war and I was born in Ma...READ THE STORY
Heywire winner, Maletta – Tiwi Islands, NT I'm an Indigenous Pacific Islander girl. My father's Torres Strait Islander, my mother is a Tiwi Islander, I was born in Cairns but I grew up on the Tiwi Islands. ...READ THE STORY
Heywire winner, Alyssa – Moree, NSW The first time I heard it I was 10 years old. In the school playground. In a game of capture the flag. I was so young, I didn't understand it at the time. Dirty, cheat...READ THE STORY
Our music section is about helping you to think about the positive ways and impact of your music engagement. What music is helpful? Which songs positively impact you? Which are perhaps not so helpful? Explore playlists other young people have created as a positive tool for certain times in their day...What do you want music to do...
Get your morning shot of music and help kick start your day. Explore playlists which other young people have created help get them up and going in the morning...VIEW PLAYLISTS
Music that presses your energy button and gets you up and moving. Explore playlists which other young people have created to help them get active ...VIEW PLAYLISTS
Even when we can’t physically go somewhere different, music can still help us have timeout. Explore playlists which other young people have created to help them have some timeout...VIEW PLAYLISTS