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
In 2017, eighteen (18) local entrepreneurs from the Wyndham municipality participated in the Enterprising Wyndham Vale program. Participants attended 14-weekly sessions, starting off with a 2-day int... Read More
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The information presented in these documents is derived from statistics collated by the Department of Social Services (DSS) based on the records of people arriving in Australia under the Migration Pro... Read More
Walter Valles with Deputy Premier & Minister for Education, the Hon. James Merlino   Walter has been a volunteer at the Dandenong Tutoring Program over the past 5 years. He supports senior studen... Read More
As Smart Justice for Young People has stated in their Blog today, changes to the Bail Act will prevent many children ending up in detention for technical, not serious breaches of bail conditions (e.g.... Read More
The Centre for Multicultural Youth welcomes this year’s State Budget with its investment in programs and infrastructure to support young people of migrant and refugee backgrounds to engage, connect an... Read More
The Victorian Youth Settlement Network met this week to discuss opportunities for partnership across the multicultural and community sectors. The state-wide network, made up of over a dozen community... Read More
CMY welcomes the Victorian Government’s announcement of a realignment of functions within the Multicultural Affairs portfolio today. Focused on bolstering multicultural affairs and social cohesion, th... Read More
The Centre for Multicultural Youth’s Victorian Election Statement 2014 Introduction The state of Victoria is home to one of the most culturally diverse societies in the world, and is also among the fa... Read More