VGen is a community of young people building a movement to end global poverty and injustice.
VGenners are young people, aged 15–25, who are empowered to take action on issues of global poverty and injustice.
Joining together with a network of young people across Australia, we speak out with one voice to advocate for those living in poverty.
We influence our world through grassroots campaigning–one campus, classroom or community at a time.
VGen takes action through VGroups in local schools and universities throughout Australia. Together, we learn, take action and engage others in creating real change.
Young people are powerful agents for change. When we speak with one voice, people listen. As part of VGen, you can be involved in creative, high-impact campaigning on issues like child protection and trafficking, maternal and child health and overseas aid. As a national movement, we join together for large-scale events, conferences and online campaigning.
Through World Vision, VGenners have the opportunity to partner with like-minded young people around the world and experience overseas development work first-hand.