Settlement

Digital inclusion and newly arrived young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds Read More
25/01/17
The Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network (Australia) released Australia’s first National Youth Settlement Framework in 2016. Read More
05/04/16
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Australia has a long history as a settlement destination for migrants and refugees. Our population is now one of the most culturally and linguistically diverse in the world. Read More
30/03/16
The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) will increase the support available for Victorian young people and their families, with the launch of the MY Family project this month. Read More
14/07/15
Multicultural young people in regional Victoria will continue to have access to CMY’s services following a renewed funding commitment in the 2015-2016 Victorian Budget. Read More
05/05/15
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This paper seeks to explore definitions and meanings of ‘good settlement’, investigate our current service system, introduce some of the components of effective settlement systems which address young people’s needs, and make a series of recommendations within a ‘framework for good youth settlemen Read More
26/03/14
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Australia is a country with a long history of effectively resettling refugees. However shifts in the make-up of our humanitarian intake, as well as changing political, international and socio-economic landscapes, all impact on the settlement experiences and outcomes of newly arrived communities. Read More
26/03/14
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This fact sheet provides a general overview of the primary source countries and settlement trends for refugee young people residing in Victoria as at June 2003. Read More
26/03/14
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This fact sheet provides a general overview of the primary source countries and settlement trends for refugee young people residing in Victoria as at July 2004. Read More
26/03/14
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This fact sheet provides a general overview of the primary source countries and settlement trends for refugee young people residing in Victoria as at December 2002. Read More
26/03/14