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By sharing the knowledge we’ve gained over the past 30 years, we aim to support others to work more effectively with Victoria’s diverse youth population.


CMY undertakes significant research and consultation with young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to inform policy and advocacy at local, state and national levels.

We partner with researchers to build our knowledge around young people and the changing world in which they live. This evidence helps us design programs that address contemporary challenges, create opportunities that are accessible and appropriate, and develop stronger communities.

Through our work we also link decision makers and researchers directly with young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds, supporting youth participation in policy and advocacy.  

We form strategic relationships with relevant stakeholders to advance the issues of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds, providing advice in a range of contexts in order to inform and influence policy development.

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Submissions

In 2020, CMY made a written submission to the Parliamentary Inquiry into Homelessness in Victoria.

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In 2019, CMY made a written submission to the Inquiry into Sustainable Employment for Disadvantaged Jobseekers.

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Current research projects

CMY is an integral community player of the Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies (CRIS). This independent university & community collaborative think-tank is developing research & programs to tackle hate, examine violent extremism, racism & discrimination. 

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Informal sport as a health and social resource for diverse young people

CMY is a partner in this Australian Research Council linkage project which investigates the contribution of informal sports participation to the well-being of diverse young people and considers how governments, sport and health agencies can support this participation.

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Research

The first national multicultural youth census.

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