Settlement

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A lot has changed in the ten years since CMY's Settling In report was published. The percentage of Victoria’s population who are 12 – 24 years old has shrunk slightly but grown more diverse – with more Victorians now born overseas than a decade ago. Read More
20/04/18
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Did you know that of the more than 4,000 youth arrivals to Melbourne last year, almost one in five settled in Hume?  Read More
28/03/18
Azad is a dual Syrian and American national and is a lifeguard on Venice Beach, California with LA County. He represented Syria in swimming at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics. In Melbourne as part of the California Surf Lifesaving Team competing against Victoria in the biannual Wieland Shield, Azad... Read More
12/01/18
The NYSF is an evidence-based guide to understand and respond to the needs of young people in their settlement journey. Read More
05/01/18
The NYSF is an evidence based guide to understand and respond to the needs of young people in their settlement journey. Read More
05/01/18
CMY is particularly pleased to note that the needs of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds were taken into consideration in the report. Regretfully, little to no attention was given to their particular health and wellbeing needs. Read More
20/12/17
CMY’s Youth Transitions Support Pilot Program has had a deeply positive impact on the confidence of local young people, and on the career prospects of one newly-arrived young man… Read More
20/09/17
Why all organisations need to be more savvy in their work with multicultural young people... Read More
14/08/17
Digital inclusion and newly arrived young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds Read More
25/01/17
The Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network (Australia) released Australia’s first National Youth Settlement Framework in 2016. Read More
05/04/16