We cultivate sector and community partnerships across local government, youth sector, multicultural and community sectors, settlement, sport, health, education, justice, employment, and the private sector.
CMY is fortunate to have long-standing partnerships with a number of State and Federal Government departments, and we have formed strong relationships with key philanthropic foundations.
Each of these partnerships is critical in driving the development of more inclusive programs and services, and we are passionate about sharing our knowledge and expertise to ensure young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds have every opportunity to succeed in Australia.
Partner with us
We love collaborating with others who support our vision of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds being connected, empowered and influential Australians.
Whether you are a business interested in becoming an employment partner, an organisation interested in capability building, a researcher looking to collaborate on a research project, or an organisation that would like to partner with us – we’d love to hear from you.
Drop us a line to start the conversation
Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network (MYAN) Australia
The Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network (MYAN) is the national voice on multicultural issues and is auspiced by CMY. It was established in 2005 in response to an identified need for a national advisory and advocacy network on multicultural youth issues. MYAN Australia engages in national policy and advocacy work. It also supports a national approach to youth settlement through the development of multicultural youth advocacy networks at the state and territory level. Find out more at MYAN’s website
Victorian Settlement Youth Network (VSYN)
The Victorian Settlement Youth Network (VSYN) brings together representatives from various regional networks to contribute to a state-wide picture of issues impacting on newly-arrived young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. The VSYN includes regional network representatives engaged in policy development, education service providers, advocacy and research. The VSYN is funded by the Department of Social Services and facilitated by CMY. Contact us to find out more