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Welcome to MYAN’s August News. Read on to find key updates from MYAN, news from young leaders, events, training, opportunities and more.

Current Opportunities at MYAN! Special Edition Newsletter

We have a lot of things happening at MYAN! This is a special edition newsletter that highlights the work happening at MYAN this month, and opportunities for you to become involved. Please be part of MYAN's important policy and advocacy work!

MYAN National Survey “Counting us in”

MYAN is excited to announce the launch of our national survey on the settlement experiences of LGBTQI+ young adults from refugee & asylum seeker backgrounds living in Australia.

Congratulations and Happy International Youth day to all our wonderful youth!

The 12th of August every year, we celebrate International Youth Day (IYD). This year’s theme, set by the United Nations is ‘Intergenerational Solidarity: creating a world for all ages’...

Multicultural Youth Perspectives on Racism and the Draft Anti-Racism Framework – 2022 Consultation Findings

In March 2021, the Race Discrimination Commissioner called for a National Anti-Racism Framework. In response, the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) is drafting the National Anti-Racism Framework...

June 2022 eNews

Welcome to MYAN’s June eNews!

As we come to the end of this month, in this edition of MYAN's bi-monthly newsletter we highlight some of the wonderful work that we did. We start with a brief of MYAN at the UN International Migration Review Forum, Youth Summit and the FECCA conference...

Federal Election 2022

We are entering the final day of the election campaign as this newsletter arrives in your inbox. Like many of you, MYAN has been busy advocating to all parties, urging them to give greater focus and attention to multicultural young people – and the issues that affect them...

April 2022 eNews

Welcome to MYAN’s April eNews! It’s been another few busy months for MYAN with a range of exciting initiatives across our youth leadership team, and a focus on the upcoming Federal Election.

Federal Budget 2022- Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network Australia welcomes funding for young women in leadership and additional visas for Afghan refugees

The Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network Australia (MYAN) has welcomed the investment in mental health services and leadership opportunities for young women as well as the 16,500 additional places for refugees from Afghanistan in this year’s federal budget.

December eNews

Welcome to MYAN's December eNews, our final newsletter for the year!

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