Oscar Kaspi-Crutchett named Bayswater’s Young Citizen of the Year

Oscar Kaspi-Crutchett has been named The City of Bayswater’s Young Citizen of the Year.

The 17 year old high school student has been a passionate advocate for marriage equality and the Safe Schools program, and has regularly taken to the stage at rallies to speech about the issues from a youth perspective.

Oscar Kaspi-Crutchett pictured with Simon Millman MLA and Alana Clohesey MLC. 

During the marriage postal survey Kaspi-Crutchett founded the organisation Students for Marriage Equality, mobilising a large contingent of students who joined the campaign door knocking, handing out flyers at train stations and assisting in the campaign for marriage equality.

Alana Clohesy MLC said she couldn’t think of a more worthy recipient for the award, praising Kaspi-Crutchlet’s work on the issue of marriage equality.

The Community Citizen of the year was awarded to Frank Giannini, while Roger Tomlins was named Senior Community Citizen of the year. The Active Citizenship of the year award was given to Environment House.

OIP Staff


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