An innovative digital summit will be held on 28 Oct 2020 for young people across the Geelong region to look at ways of breaking down the barriers that cause loneliness, social isolation and lack of connectedness. Joint G21 and Dept of Health and Human Services media release issued 19 Oct 2020.
G21 welcomes CORA sports complex ‘go-ahead’ - Media release - 8 Oct 2020. G21 welcomes a state government planning scheme amendment allowing the $350M CORA world-class elite sport training and tourism facility to be built at Modewarre.
Federal Budget brings opportunities and questions for the region - The themes of infrastructure, jobs and skilling running through the 2020 Federal Budget will potentially benefit the Geelong region on multiple levels as it emerges from COVID-19. Media release issued 7 Oct 2020.
Media release - G21 calls (30 Sept 2020) on the federal government to rectify a recent “funding miss” for Geelong and the Great Ocean Road in Tuesday night’s Federal Budget. G21 is bewildered by the Great Ocean Road, Geelong and the Bellarine being excluded from applying for funding under the Recovery for Regional Tourism program
Media Release - 25 Sept 2020. G21 is one of five Geelong region peak organisations who have combined to call on the state government to include specific projects and initiatives to help the region’s COVID19 recovery in the 2020-21 StateBudget to be delivered in coming weeks.
Media release issued 8 Sept 2020 - G21 calls on the federal and state governments to support Viva Energy’s Geelong refinery in order to save local jobs, protect the regional economy and help ensure liquid energy security for the nation.
Media release issued 7 June 2020 - G21 welcomes and proudly supports two nation-leading renewable organics projects within our region announced recently by the Victorian Government & Barwon Water
The projects will transform organic waste into Renewable Energy & bi-products.
Media release issued 5 June 2020 - Years of advocacy by G21 has resulted in the state government delivering once-in-a-generation reforms to better protect and manage the Great Ocean Road and its iconic coasts and parks.
We acknowledge that we are on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land and pay our respects to Elders past, present and future.
G21 welcomes people of an ability, culture, religion, sex, gender, sexuality and age.