Yo, Vocal magazine gives young people 'authentic platform' to express themselves

18 August 2020

UC socialogy and anthropology graduate Java Katzur talked to Stuff about the vibrant community she created when she introduced Yo, Vocal in 2019 - a print magazine for young people.

  • UC graduate Java Katzur

    Canterbury University graduate Java Katzur came up with the concept of Yo, Vocal magazine, which is about giving young New Zealanders a platform to share their voice authentically.

Java Katzur talks to Samantha Mythen about how she became interested in learning how young people interacted with society while studying sociology and anthropology at the University of Canterbury.

“I wanted to create an authentic platform for young people to express themselves, allowing their voice to be shared and heard in a majority unedited way,”

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