Get Involved

The MYAN TAS Stakeholder network meeting.

When: Thursday 2nd November, 4pm-5:30pm
Where: KGV Sports & Community Centre, Level 2, 1A Anfield Street, Glenorchy TAS 7010
Come along and contribute to the work of the MYAN TAS.  This meeting will set the direction of our work together in the sector for 2017/18.

Who should attend? Anyone working with young people from a refugee or migrant background. Including community leaders and people working within an education, health or community setting, youth sector and sports and recreation sector.

To RSVP or add agenda items email:

(Re) claiming social capital: improvinglanguage and cultural pathways forrefugee students into Australian highereducation.

Hosting this workshop is Macquarie University and MYAN TAS. This workshop is part of aseries of dissemination workshops happening across Australia. As partof the final stages of this project, we are inviting teachers, othereducational practitioners and community based workers to comeand be part of this conversation.

When: 9th Nov, 3pm-5pm
Venue:Migrant Resource Centre,KGV Sports and CommunityCentre, Glenorchy.
Cost: free

Register: here

National Youth Settlement Framework Training in TAS

The framework is a conceptual and practical resource designed to enable services to respond more effectively to the needs of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds and support their active participation in Australian society.

The framework is the first of its kind in Australia and this is an exciting opportunity to learn more about how you can apply it in your organisation or role.

When: February 2018 (date TBA)

Where: Migrant Resource Centre,KGV Sports and CommunityCentre, Glenorchy

For more information please contact

Learn more about the NYSF and the national training HERE


MYAN TAS is a network of services and multicultural youth, working to promote the needs and issues of young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds in Tasmania.

Introducing the MYAN TAS Youth Advisory Group

The advisory group held their first meeting/training event for 2017 in October. They explored issues they are passionate about and set the direction and focus of the group for the next six months. The group Group members were selected through an application process and showed outstanding passion and talent for advocacy.  MYAN TAS looks forward to working and learning together over the next 18 months.

Our Voice Matters

IN 2015 MYAN TAS released the Youth Consultation Report - Our Voice Matters.

The report presents findings and recommendations from consultations with more than 200 young people from multicultural backgrounds across Tasmania, and associated service providers.

The report was launched as part of a forum focused on youth settlement issues. Download the report here.

The Migrant Resource Centre (Southern Tasmania) Inc, through its multicultural youth specialist program, is the host agency for the MYAN TAS.


Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network TAS (MYAN TAS)

Sally Thompson

(03) 6221 0999