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Finalist, Young Australian of the Year 2022, ACT

Jahin Tanvir is an award-winning keynote and TEDx speaker, author, board director, and multicultural youth advocate. At 21-years-old, Jahin is a Diversity and Inclusion leader having been involved in several youth-led and multicultural organisations to champion youth empowerment, healthcare, and education for all young people.

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Jahin was named the 2022 Young Australian of the Year finalist whilst also receiving the 2021 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year in Individual Community Service. Jahin is a Board Director of the Adolescent Health Association of Australia and the Youth Coalition of the ACT.  Jahin is an advisor for the Australian Department of Health in which he informs healthcare communications as well as being a consultant for leading anti-racism and health research organisations. Jahin was also named as a Young Ambassador at UNICEF for 2022.

Jahin is a young media spokesperson trained by the Economic Media Centre, providing regular media comments on multicultural people’s experiences in Australian communities. Jahin also received the Zest Awards Outstanding Youth Leader of the year for 2021 for his work in assisting multicultural communities in Western Sydney.

He has had guest speaker roles in Parliament House, ABC News, the National Roundtable on COVID-19 Vaccines for Youth by the Department of Health, and various panel discussions revolving around bringing the issues of young people colour, particularly migrant, refugee, and indigenous youth, at the forefront of mainstream discussions. He has represented Australia on the global stage in Rome and Milan at United Nations and WHO conferences in 2021 and was a speaker at the National Youth Commission Summit alongside Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

In the academic field, Jahin has been invited as a Guest Lecturer at the University of Melbourne for young people on mental health and was published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, a peer-reviewed medical journal that covers adolescent health and medicine. He was a founding member of the COVID-19 Youth Reference Group at the Department of Health, and an active research commissioner at the Centre of Research Excellence in Adolescent Health and Murdoch Institute of Children’s Research.

As a first-generation migrant, Jahin’s vision is to empower people from diverse backgrounds in decision-making and conversations in Australia, representing the multiculturalism of Australia.

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Jahin Tanvir

Finalist, Young Australian of the Year 2022, ACT

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Jahin Tanvir

Finalist, Young Australian of the Year 2022, ACT

Jahin Tanvir is an award-winning keynote and TEDx speaker, author, board director, and multicultural youth advocate. At 21-years-old, Jahin is a Diversity and Inclusion leader having been involved in several youth-led and multicultural organisations to champion youth empowerment, healthcare, and education for all young people.

More about Jahin Tanvir:

Jahin was named the 2022 Young Australian of the Year finalist whilst also receiving the 2021 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year in Individual Community Service. Jahin is a Board Director of the Adolescent Health Association of Australia and the Youth Coalition of the ACT.  Jahin is an advisor for the Australian Department of Health in which he informs healthcare communications as well as being a consultant for leading anti-racism and health research organisations. Jahin was also named as a Young Ambassador at UNICEF for 2022.

Jahin is a young media spokesperson trained by the Economic Media Centre, providing regular media comments on multicultural people’s experiences in Australian communities. Jahin also received the Zest Awards Outstanding Youth Leader of the year for 2021 for his work in assisting multicultural communities in Western Sydney.

He has had guest speaker roles in Parliament House, ABC News, the National Roundtable on COVID-19 Vaccines for Youth by the Department of Health, and various panel discussions revolving around bringing the issues of young people colour, particularly migrant, refugee, and indigenous youth, at the forefront of mainstream discussions. He has represented Australia on the global stage in Rome and Milan at United Nations and WHO conferences in 2021 and was a speaker at the National Youth Commission Summit alongside Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

In the academic field, Jahin has been invited as a Guest Lecturer at the University of Melbourne for young people on mental health and was published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, a peer-reviewed medical journal that covers adolescent health and medicine. He was a founding member of the COVID-19 Youth Reference Group at the Department of Health, and an active research commissioner at the Centre of Research Excellence in Adolescent Health and Murdoch Institute of Children’s Research.

As a first-generation migrant, Jahin’s vision is to empower people from diverse backgrounds in decision-making and conversations in Australia, representing the multiculturalism of Australia.

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