The Forced Marriage: Good Practice Guide provides an introduction to the issue of forced marriage and essential information to assist front-line workers to respond effectively to a young person at risk.
The Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network have developed a national framework for supporting the settlement of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds. The Framework was developed with input from a National Strategic Advisory Group and input from young people from migrant an
A new podcast is available from the Australian Red Cross for young people who have arrived in Australia as a refugee or as someone seeking asylum. The podcast is free and available for download on iTunes, Stitcher and SoundCloud.
The Centre for Multicultural Youth has compiled a set of resources to provide data about young people arriving to Victoria via the Humanitarian Programme in the financial year 2014/15. The resources give a detailed overview of the young people arriving to Victoria, where they are sett
The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) has launched a suite of videos to highlight the journey of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds as they make Australia their new home. The ‘This is Me – Migrant and Refugee Young People Video Storytelling Project’
Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria conducted two round table discussions on inter-generational relationships and the issues affecting disconnected youth and their parents in new and emerging communities in May 2015. Participants included ethnic community leaders, multicultural and
Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network’s Information Sheets provide national data on humanitarian youth arrivals between 2008 and 2014, settlement trends and an overview of some of the factors impacting on young people in the settlement context. Click below to access the resource.
Steven the donkey – the story of Sunday Garang (Reproduced with the kind permission of Sharon Sandy, Student Wellbeing Coordinator, Latrobe English Language Centre, Traralgon.) I was born in a refugee camp named Kakuma, in Kenya. In the camp, our life was difficult. We had no