Social Cohesion

"The majority of refugee and migrant young Australians feel strongly that they belong here, despite almost half experiencing some form of discrimination or unfair treatment in the past twelve months,"... Read More
CELS, Broadmeadows: City of Hume Mayor, Cr Geoff Porter, and Cr Karen Sherry were at the Collingwood English Language School this morning for the launch of CMY’s Welcome Football program.   Cr Porter... Read More
Olympic Parks: Building on the success of the 2016 Diversity & Inclusion in Sport national forum, this year’s event saw over 170 participants engage with the theme – Forward thinking in diversity... Read More
Multicultural young people make up at least one-quarter of all Australian youth but very little is known about their needs.  MY Australia is a national research partnership between nine organisations... Read More
The Australia@2015 survey will help CMY and the Scanlon Foundation to capture a clear snapshot of Australian residents’ views of the world we live in, as at 2015. By listening to the opinions of all A... Read More
The Centre for Multicultural Youth’s Sport Connects program works to improve the social connections of multicultural communities in Brimbank through sports.  CMY works alongside key partners to provid... Read More
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I Speak Football run by the Centre for Multicultural Youth has received funding from Cityzens Giving, a global charitable football initiative made possible by City Football Group, whose family of club... Read More
On 9th September 2014, CMY celebrated 25 years of service to multicultural young people across Victoria. To mark this occassion, CMY held a symposium that brought together some of Australia’s foremost... Read More
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On June 3rd 2014, CMY hosted a Statewide Forum 'Urban Growth, Urban Youth: Access and Opportunities for Multicultural Youth in Urban Growth Corridors'. The forum provided an opportunity for Victoria’s... Read More