Youth Voices

Emmanuela Noi is CMY's Mary Dankert Youth Intern 2019-20. We are very excited to have her as the newest addition to the Youth Leadership team. Emmanuela has a Bachelor's degree in International Develo... Read More
“The lack of data to show where multicultural young people are at and how to best advocate for them was what spurned this research on,” said Soo-Lin Quek, CMY’s Manager and MC for this historic launch... Read More
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Australia’s young people are more mobile and culturally diverse than ever before. While this brings many advantages, multicultural young people face challenges that are not well understood by the comm... Read More
Are you passionate about mental health? Do you want to help address the stigma of mental illness in the community? Are you willing to share your mental illness experiences with your peers? CMY is deve... Read More
CMY recently celebrated the launch our new Strategic Plan 2018-2022 and 2030 Vision at a gathering with over 100 of our valued friends and partners at the Melbourne Museum.    We were honoured to be j... Read More
Young people are at the centre of what we do here at CMY. What we learn from them helps us to develop stronger communities, support other service providers, and lead positive change at local, state an... Read More
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About Be Seen, Be Heard! - Using social media for positive change The Centre for Multicultural Youth is to run a four-day training program in March 2018, focusing on using social media for positive ch... Read More
The NYSF is an evidence-based guide to understand and respond to the needs of youngpeople in their settlement journey. The framework can inform policy, program developmentand service delivery across g... Read More
This in-depth training explores the essential skills and knowledge required for effective work with young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. Interactive materials and exercises are designed... Read More