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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: November 2017 (date TBA)

Where: Hobart (venue TBA)

For more information please contact sthompson@mrchobart.org.au

Learn more about the NYSF and the national training HERE

TAS

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.

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


The MYAN TAS Youth Advisory Group

The MYAN TAS is seeking young people from multicultural backgrounds  between 17 and 24 yrs old to participate in the newly established MYAN TAS Youth Advisory Group. The Youth Advisory Group’s role will be to will inform the work of the MYAN TAS and service providers working with young people from multicultural backgrounds in Tasmania. The role of the group will be to support consultations with other young people and advocacy activities. It will also provide leadership and advocacy training to young people to support their capacity as future community leaders.

The MYAN TAS is seeking 7 young people across Tasmania who are interested in participating.

To access the Position Description and Application Form, click here.

Applications are now open unitl COB Monday the 28th August.

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.

Contact

Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network TAS (MYAN TAS)

Sally Thompson

(03) 6221 0999

sthompson@mrchobart.org.au