A panel discussion led by NUGAS Victoria at the Greek Centre will explore attitudes of Greek Australian youths towards their cultural identity
As part of the Greek Community of Melbourne’s 120-year anniversary, The National Union of Greek Australian Students (NUGAS) Victoria will celebrate Greek youth in the Community with a panel discussion.
The event will provide the opportunity to discuss the attitudes that Greek Australian youths have towards their identity as third, or more, generation Greek Australians with respect to their heritage, language and culture.
The panellists and participants will explore such attitudes by addressing the needs of the young members, the role of organisations such as NUGAS, how such organisations can maximise the benefits of student participation, and the attitudes of first generation parents and grandparents which have in turn influenced their understanding of what it is to be Greek.
There will be music and drinks flowing on the night, with opportunities to network with attendees.
The panel discussion will take place on Thursday 7 December at the Greek Centre (Mezzanine, 168 Lonsdale St, Melbourne, VIC) at 7.00 pm. Attendance is free.