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CEO message: COVID-19 update
We understand this is a highly stressful time for many of the young people and communities we work with.
Takeover Melbourne creates a powerful platform for young people to be heard
CMY is excited to partner with ABC on Takeover Melbourne, a new initiative that has launched this month, creating a powerful platform for young Melburnians to be heard.
CEO message: COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic
During this period of uncertainty and heightened levels of stress in our community, I wanted to assure you that while CMY continues to operate, our first priority remains the health and wellbeing of our employees, volunteers, and the clients and communities we support.
Tuning in to young multicultural Victoria
Last week CMY held space for an important dialogue about cultural diversity in Victoria, at our first statewide forum of the year, Beyond Mainstream: Tuning in to Young Multicultural Victoria.
Submission to inquiry into anti-vilification protections
CMY recently made a submission to the Victorian Government’s inquiry into anti-vilification protections.
The Youth Referral and Independent Persons Program celebrates 15 years
The Youth Referral and Independent Persons Program (YRIPP) celebrated its 15th Anniversary on 7 December,with a special event at the Melbourne Museum to recognise the contribution of its volunteers.
Welcome Football volunteer, Selin Arpaci, wins the Victorian Multicultural Commission Youth Award
Selin is a Community Champion volunteer with CMY’s Welcome Football program, where she has made a huge difference to the lives of newly arrived young people in the City of Hume.
CMY celebrates at the 2019 Australian Migration & Settlement Awards
Last night, members of CMY staff and the Board were honoured to attend the 2019 Australian Migration and Settlement Awards held by the Migration Council Australia, at Parliament House in Canberra.
Another year, another success at CMY’s 5th MY Education Awards
The Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of students, volunteers and Out-of-School-Hours-Learning-Support Programs (OSHLSP) to the success of the learning and engagement of students from migrant and refugee backgrounds in Victoria.