In 2023, 20 teams of six Youth Parliamentarians represent the breadth of young Victorians seeking to make change. These 20 teams included local councils, schools, and youth organisations.

The list of teams and their Bills can be found below:

Boroondara Youth Travel Emission Reduction Strategies Bill 2023
Buloke-Loddon Limitation of Gambling Advertising Bill 2023
City of Greater Bendigo Increasing Public Safety in Regional and Rural Areas Bill 2023
Daylesford College Lowering the Victorian Voting Age Bill 2023
Hoppers Crossing Secondary College Animal Welfare in Shelters Bill 2023
Hume City Council Urban Area Heat Temperature Bill 2023
Ivanhoe Girls Grammar School Textbook Reform in Secondary Schools Bill 2023
Korin Gamadji Institute Indigenous Youth Job Hubs Bill 2023
Mildura Rural City Council Increased Environmentally Sustainable Strategies Bill 2023
Moyne NextGen! Increased Access to Living in Regional Victoria Bill 2023
Newhaven College Increased Policing of Child Pornography Bill 2023
Orbost Secondary College Mandatory Day of Remote Education Bill 2023
Overnewton Anglican Community College Reduction of Hostile Architecture Bill 2023
Pasefika Navigators Cultural Education in Schools and Communities Bill 2023
Wellington Shire Council
Bullying Intervention and Prevention in Schools Bill 2023
Westbourne Grammar School
Cybersecurity in Primary Schools Bill 2023
Whitehorse City Council
Modernising the Education System Bill 2023
Wyndham City Council
Food Waste Awareness and Reduction Bill 2023
Y Ballarat
Residential Landlord and Tenancy Regulation Reform Bill 2023
Y Geelong
Disability Inclusion in Victorian Secondary Education Bill 2023

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