Sport and Recreation

The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is running a FREE specialised training for sports clubs and associations in BAIRNSDALE, Victoria. Read More
The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is running a FREE specialised training for sports clubs and associations in SALE, Victoria. The training will introduce you to CMY’s Game Plan resource kit and provide insights on how to make your club more culturally and linguistically diverse. Read More
“The Towards Zero Unity Cup, eleventh year of the event, started small,” said Jackson Taylor, Diversity Projects Coordinator, AFL Victoria, “with Essendon FC and Victoria Police setting up a match between law enforcement and people from diverse backgrounds so that they could get to know each othe Read More
The Participation versus performance report is the culmination of a four-year study funded by the Australian Research Council and conducted collaboratively by Victoria University, Swinburne University of Technology, Curtin University and Monash University, in partnership with the Victorian Health Pr... Read More
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This report presents the results of the three-year research project titled ‘Participation versus performance: Managing (dis)ability, gender and cultural diversity in junior sport’ (2014–2017). Read More
Come and hear the latest research on supporting diversity and inclusion in sport and how clubs are putting this into practice. 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 and national levels. Read More
Azad is a dual Syrian and American national and is a lifeguard on Venice Beach, California with LA County. He represented Syria in swimming at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympics. In Melbourne as part of the California Surf Lifesaving Team competing against Victoria in the biannual Wieland Shield, Azad... Read More
JUST LAUNCHED Newly-arrived young people are invited to participate in CMY’s new and free Welcome Football program 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 and inclusion in sport. Read More