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Consultations

 

The Support for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Fathers Project aims to contribute to a reduction in violence against women and their children, by engaging CALD young men and fathers to better understand the importance of their role as, current or future, parents and partners.  This is a Department of Social Services funded project lead by the Migration Council of Australia (MCA).

The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is supporting MCA in this project by facilitating focus group consultations with young men and fathers between the ages of 18 – 30 from CALD backgrounds. These consultations will focus on the factors that contribute to the building and break down of relationships, the impacts of becoming a father and how supports can be improved to help maintain healthy, respectful relationships with women and children.  

We would like to invite you to be involved in a group discussion on a range of questions exploring these issues. 

More information on EWV Volunteer Mentor

Shout Out

Shout Out is an innovative public speakers agency that trains and nurtures young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to share their experiences and views with a wider audience. While there are many specialist voices willing to talk about youth issues, we think it’s often more insightful and meaningful to hear from the real experts – young people.

  Learn more about becoming a Shout Out Speaker

Have your voice heard on the YACVic blog

Do you have an opinion on an issue you want to share? Do you have a solution to a problem? Do you feel like you have a unique insight into being a young Victorian?
 
YACVic is inviting young members to submit their writing for publication on the YACVic blog. They would love to hear what you have to say about your experience as a young person, and topics and issues you are passionate about. Let their blog be your platform for getting your voice out there! 
 

Share your story with TCK TOWN

TCK TOWN is an online journal which embraces vulnerability by writing authentic stories that empower like-minded people about living the life of a TCK or a Third Culture Kid.
 
A “Third Culture Kid” is term to describe someone who identifies with more than one culture.
 
They accept articles from contributing writers all year round.