Diversity in YA

Diversity is important, and so we want you to #LoveOzYA – all of it.

LoveOzYA – About Us

What is this #LoveOzYA? Who runs it? Where did it come from?

17 Mar
QLD
Penguin YA Squad Party for Teachers and Teacher-Librarians - Riverbendbooks
Pauline McLeod · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="289"]
20 May
NSW
Children's Book Council of Australia 2016 National Conference
Bec Kavanagh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="287"]
20 Mar
VIC
YA Squad 2016 in Melbourne
Bec Kavanagh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="285"]
17 Mar
National
2016 Inky Awards - Longlist announcement
Adele Walsh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="283"]
Indigenous stories and non-Indigenous writers: some reflections on respect and process - by Ambelin Kwaymullina
Danielle Binks · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="281"]
7 May
VIC
KidLitVic2016 - Meet the Publishers
Bec Kavanagh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="277"]
Meet the next wave of Australian feminists
Bec Kavanagh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="275"]
Turning Pages: How and why there could be more diversity in kids books
Bec Kavanagh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="273"]
The Victorian Government partners with the Stella Schools Program
Bec Kavanagh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="271"]
17 Mar
ACT
Stella Schools Program ACT Launch @ Noted Festival
Bec Kavanagh · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="269"]
#LoveOzYAbookclub – March 2016 book selection
Danielle Binks · 4 years ago · [comment_count comment_count="250"]