Communities

Regional and multicultural Victorians winners in 2017 State Budget The State Government’s 2017/18 budget supports and recognises the potential of multicultural young people in metropolitan Melbourne a... Read More
02/05/17
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CatholicCare work with newly arrived refugee and humanitarian entrants who have been in Australia up to 5 years through the Refugee and Settlement Program, which works to address barriers to social in... Read More
15/03/17
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The model was initially piloted by City Greater Dandenong Youth and Family Services and Catholic Care in 2014 to explore how they could help meet the needs of newly arrived families who were not engag... Read More
15/03/17
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Strengthening connections between Pasifika young people and schools, to help young people to manage issues of intergenerational conflict Pasifika young people have high levels of disengagement from sc... Read More
15/03/17
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Tuesday 27 September, 2016 Leading Australian orgs tackle sports’ big issues Racism, gender inequity, homophobia and violence against women are just some of the issues that will be on the table for di... Read More
20/01/17
CMY welcomes Latrobe Valley move to become a Refugee Welcome Zone Gippsland residents and community organisations celebrated Harmony Day this week by officially launching the Valley as a Refugee Welco... Read More
21/03/16
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
16/11/15
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. The Centre for Multicultural Yo... Read More
05/05/15
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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 2014. Read More
30/01/15