Youth Voices

Multicultural young people make up at least one-quarter of all Australian youth but very little is known about their needs.  MY Australia is a national research partnership between nine organisations... Read More
15/08/17
Ballarat YAG member Lamourette Folly on home, community and perspective Lamourette Folly from Ballarat is a journalism student who is passionate about “harmony, cultural, belonging, safety and securit... Read More
20/07/17
22-year-old Nyayoud Jice is a passionate advocate for human rights, “especially the rights of individuals whose voices have historically been marginalised and silenced.” With a Bachelor’s degree in C... Read More
30/06/17
  “I feel that the voices, stories and perspectives of people from refugee backgrounds are excluded from the debate around ‘refugees’,” says 21-year-old Thomas Feng about his association with Road to... Read More
14/06/17
The Centre for Multicultural Youth’s most recent policy paper, Settlement in the Digital Age, looks at newly arrived young people’s engagement with digital technology and the internet and how this i... Read More
25/01/17
Shout Out is an innovative public speakers agency that trains and nurtures young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to share their experiences and views with a wider audience. Shout Out is a... Read More
20/06/16
The State Government are developing a new Multicultural Policy Statement and your input will help make sure that it meets the needs of young people.Complete the survey before Sunday 8th May & YOU... Read More
22/04/16
Ali* is a 20-year old Ballarat resident, who has taken on a number of volunteering roles, including advocating for asylum seekers and volunteering at CMY events. I came to Australia in 2013 by boat. F... Read More
11/04/16