In 2022, 20 teams of six Youth Parliamentarians represented the breadth of young Victorian seeking to make change. These 20 teams included local councils, schools and organisations.

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

Albert Park College Extracurricular Bonus Credits to Contribute to ATAR Bill 2022
Bass Coast College Access and Distribution of Hygiene Products for Disadvantaged Persons Bill 2022
Boroondara Youth Effective E-Waste Management Bill 2022
Buloke-Loddon Youth Advisory Council Sustainability and Carbon Neutrality in Mining Bill 2022
City of Greater Bendigo Improving Medical Pathways Into Regional & Rural Victoria Bill 2022
Catholic Regional College Sydenham Healthcare Labour Protections and Opportunity Bill 2022
CREATE Extended Care Support Bill 2022
Education First Youth Foyers Human Composting Bill 2022
Hoppers Crossing Secondary College Reforming the Housing System for Homeless People Bill 2022
Hume City Council Leaders Increased Regulation of Gambling Services Bill 2022
 Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School Drug Use and Possession Offences Reform Bill 2022
 Korin Gamadji Institute Free Public Transport for Concession Card Holders Bill 2022
 Mildura Rural City Council Mildura Passenger Train Restoration Bill 2022
 Moyne NextGen! Mandatory Drug Testing at Construction Sites Bill 2022
 Northern Victoria Mandatory Youth Work Readiness Program in Victoria Bill 2022
 Overnewton Anglican Community College Compulsory Counselling Sessions in Secondary Schools Bill 2022
 Red Robins Rehabilitation in Youth Justice Bill 2022
 Victorian African Communities Action Plan African Cross-Cultural Community Education and Engagement Bill 2022
 Westbourne Grammar School Statewide Implementation of Traditional Burning Practices Bill 2022
 Y Ballarat Gender Romantic and Sexuality Minorities (GRSM) Inclusive Education Bill 2022

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