Speak Up – Metro and Regional youth volunteers positions available

Centre for Multicultural YouthSpeak Up is a primary and early intervention project designed to promote gender equity among multicultural young people in Victoria. With meaningful youth participation at the heart of this project, Speak Up! will provide a platform for inclusion of young people’s perspectives and solutions, through supporting them to mobilise and contribute to gender equity and violence prevention amongst peers and the broader community.

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Multicultural Youth and the Family Violence System

Multicultural Youth and the Family Violence SystemCentre for Multicultural Youth is holding an online forum to develop a deeper understanding of the experience of family violence in young multicultural people. This is a forum to explore gaps and opportunities when providing services to multicultural young people experiencing family violence. This forum will be online on the morning of Thursday, 9 December 2021.

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“Being a multicultural country is something to be proud of, not something to make fun of.”

Ajaz HussainWhen Ajaz Hussain arrived in Australia six years ago, he never thought he would become the person he is today. Not because a lawyer made a typing mistake on his visa and changed his legal name to Ejaz, but because the road he has taken from his native country Afghanistan has not been an easy one.

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Community Conversations Report Launch

Community Conversations Report LaunchHealthWest Partnership, the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health and the Centre for Multicultural Youth are pleased to invite you to the launch of the Community Conversations report on Tuesday 16 March. The report highlights the significant challenges faced by young people and women from migrant and refugee backgrounds when finding work.

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Culturally Responsive Practice and Youth Settlement training

National Youth Settlement FrameworkCentre forMulticultural Youth offers in-depth training and professional development packages for individuals and organisations who want to build their cultural competence. Our training modules draw from CMY’s more than 30 years of experience working with young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. The Centre forMulticultural Youth will offer a full day training program for the National Youth Settlement Framework on Tuesday, 17 March 2020.

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