Meet the winners

Meet the five inspiring young Aussies behind the films.

Home isn’t just where Aliko Nomoa’s heart is — it’s where his soul and spirit are too. Through his Youth Week film, Aliko is seeking to give the world beyond Mabuiag...
Born in the Democratic Republic of Congo 18 years ago, Mfaume fled war and spent a large portion of his life in a refugee camp in Malawi before settling in...
In Australia on any given night around 26,000 Australians between the ages of 12 and 24 are homeless. In this poignant film, 17-year-old Grace expresses her own...
Amy opens up about life as a young person with a disability. She hopes to stop people from jumping to the conclusion that living with a disability is either...
Seventeen-year-old Amy Warner dreams of a world without labels. Through her Youth Week film, Amy is exploring the impact of stereotypes as she has experienced them.
Are you a teacher?

Engage your students with the 2017 Youth Week films using this free curriculum-mapped classroom resource (years 7-10)

English, Media Arts, and more... 

Go behind the scenes

A huge thanks to everyone involved in celebrating Youth Week 2017 with SBS!

Production Credits

The 2017 Youth Week films were produced in partnership with The Foundation for Young Australians and the Department of Social Services.

Our Partners

SBS teamed with the Department of Social Services and Foundation for Young Australians to turn your ideas into short films for TV.

The Shortlist

Watch the entries shortlisted for the 2017 SBS National Youth Week competition here.

Highly Commended

Watch the highly commended entries for the 2017 Youth Week Competition here.