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2019 FUSE National Multicultural Youth Leadership Summit
In 2019 FUSE was once again delivered as a transformative 3-days leadership event – Australia’s only national multicultural youth leadership summit. The Report highlights its panel sessions, workshops and the key recommendations of the final pitches to decision makers.
2017 MYAN National Conference Snapshot
Young People in a Multicultural World: rethinking a new policy and practice agenda was hosted by MYAN Australia in partnership with the Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne, on 23rd and 24th November 2017. The conference was designed to investigate how research, policy and practice can best respond into the future, through exploration of the themes of ‘Global Citizenship’, ‘Education to Work’ and ‘Social Cohesion’.
This report provides a snapshot of the conference proceedings and key conference findings.
2016 FUSE National Multicultural Youth report
After the success of FUSE 2014, Australia’s second ever national multicultural youth summit, FUSE 2016 was held in Melbourne from December 6-9, 2016. Working with the themes ‘Connect’, ‘Ignite’ and ‘Trailblaze’, FUSE bought together 35 young people from across Australia to network with peers, share perspectives and ideas, and engage with experienced advocates, MPs and other decision-makers. Read more about FUSE in the summit report.
2014 FUSE National Multicultural Youth report
In October 2014, MYAN (Australia) hosted ‘FUSE’ – Australia’s first ever national multicultural youth summit. Held in Sydney, and working with the themes of ‘Connect’, ‘Ignite’ and ‘Trail-blaze’ , FUSE brought together 40 of the brightest multicultural young leaders from across Australia to put a multicultural lense on national youth issues. FUSE equipped young people with the skills, confidence and networks to become influential Australians. Read more about FUSE 2014 in the summit report.
2013 Refugee Youth in Focus National Forum Report
The MYAN was proud to auspice Australia’s first national conference on refugee young people in partnership with the University of Sydney Law School. With over 300 representatives working across the education, employment, health, settlement and migration law fields, the forum was a unique and exciting opportunity to engage in the issues facing children and young people in the asylum and settlement contexts, and the sectors supporting them. The conference provided an important platform to explore well targeted approach to youth settlement. Read more in the Forum Report.