In 2024, 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 Hub Student Public Transport Concession Bill 2024
Buloke-Loddon Mandatory Concussion Education Bill 2024
City of Greater Geelong Improved access and suitable care to mental health Bill 2024
Manor Lakes College Implementation of Bike Borrowing Hubs in Victoria Bill 2024
Hoppers Crossing Secondary College Supporting Biomass Fuel in Victoria Bill 2024
Hume City Council Expansion of AUSLAN education bill 2024
Ivanhoe Girls Grammar Equitable tolls (Accessible Road Tolls) Bill 2024
Glen Waverly Youth Foyer Supporting the Legalisation of Cannabis Bill 2024
Mildura Rural City Council Increased Housing Affordability for Tertiary Students Bill 2024
Moyne Next Gen! Revitalising public transport services for rural and regional Victorians Bill 2024
Narre Warren South and Cranbourne Secondary Colleges African-Australian Crime Prevention Bill 2024
Newhaven College Criminalising Coercive Control as a Stand-Alone Offence Bill 2024
Overnewton Anglican Community College Mandatory De-sexing of Pets Bill 2024
Padua College Improved Agricultural Sustainability and Biodiversity Bill 2024
South East Community Links Youth Leaders Better prepare students for VCE and life after school Bill 2024
The Huddle Education reform Bill 2024
Westbourne Grammar School Inclusive Urban Design: Eliminating ‘Hostile Architecture’ Bill 2024
Whitehorse Council Increasing of education and support on intergenerational trauma, intersectionality and cultural competency Bill 2024
Yarra Valley Grammar Reduction of hopsital ramping Bill 2024
Y Geelong Improved disability education in the workplace Bill 2024

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