MEDIA & COMMUNICATION

MYAN produces a number of communication outputs to support and promote the goals and work of MYAN and its partners, creating safe, engaging and informative digital spaces for young people and those who work with them. On this page you can find our monthly eNewsletters, links to and feeds from our social networks, an archive of media releases, media features and other promotional and informational materials.

For media inquiries please contact christine@myan.org.au or myanprojects@myan.org.au

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2 days ago

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National Multicultural Festival
That’s a wrap on the 2019 National Multicultural Festival! 🎉🐲🎶🕺👩‍🍳

Tens of thousands of people attended the festival over the last 3 days to experience all the delicious food, incredible live music and amazing performances from around the world.
#NMF2019 ⬇️🎥🔥

Now, bring on 2020!
#NMF2020

Community Services Directorate Chris Steel MLA
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6 days ago

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Multicultural Youth Australia Census 2017/2018 is the first nation-wide study of Australia's multicultural young people. Find out what we learnt by viewing the infographic video below and downloading the report here: bit.ly/2EbUrtSMulticultural Youth Australia Census 2017/2018 Infographic Video ... See MoreSee Less

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ICYMI: MYAN webinar presentation on Working with Young People from Refugee and Migrant Backgrounds: Applying the National Youth Settlement Framework in Mainstream Services
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Presented by Andrew Cummings (MYAN Acting National Coordinator), Sally Thompson (MYAN TAS) and hosted by Child Family Community Australia (CFCA), this webinar explored good practice when working with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds, using MYAN’s National Youth Settlement Framework (NYSF).

This webinar built upon previous webinars hosted with MYAN to focus on recent developments with the National Youth Settlement Framework and how it can be applied in mainstream services.

The webinar examined newly developed assessment guides designed to support the planning and evaluation of programs and activities for young people, as well as the launch of a new resource focusing on the participation of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds, which is one of the Good Practice Capabilities outlined in the framework. The webinar also shared the experiences of a recent collaboration facilitated by Multicultural Youth Tasmania to embed the framework within a mainstream youth-focused program.This webinar was held on 28 November 2018. It discussed recent developments with the National Youth Settlement Framework and how it can be applied to mainstr...
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2 weeks ago

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Happy Chinese New Year! May the Year of the Pig be happy, peaceful and prosperous! ... See MoreSee Less

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