Resources 
MYAN WA develops information and resources for the youth and settlement sectors.

 

Harmony Week Film 

In March 2018, MYAN WA and YACWA partnered to develop a youth film project for Harmony Week. A group of young people volunteered their time to develop questions and meet and interview politicians and community leaders. All of the young people involved in this project were part of the 2017 Catalyst Summit - Faizel Nabi, Hadi Rahimi, Lutfullah Ahmadi, Martha Sari, Nebyeleul Weldeyesusm, Pauline Chiwawa and Sadeqa Sarvari. A huge thank you goes to Sarah Imtiaz who was the young woman who shot all the footage and developed the film, and our supporters, the Office of Multicultural Interests and the Curtin Centre for Human Rights Education.

 

​Inquiry into Migrant Settlement Outcomes
 

 

On the 17th November 2016, the Australian Federal Parliament announced it would be conducting an inquiry into migrant settlement outcomes. MYAN WA partnered with YACWA to develop a join submission. The submission is now listed on the website and can be read through the following link. 


A Catalyst For Change Report


In February of 2016, 14 young people saw their dream realised when their hard work paid off and the highly anticipated Catalyst Youth Summit came to fruition. Held over three days, this unique event provided sixty young multicultural Western Australians the opportunity to build relationships, hone their leaderships skills, speak directly with politicians and work together to develop solutions to issues that face their peers.

 

This report shares the major findings from the summit. It also paints a story of what many young participants have been doing since the event, and demonstrates the importance and benefits of such initiatives. 

 

Click here to download the report. 

 

MYAN release Federal Election2016 Policy Platform


Leadership needed to build on strength of young people’s diversityThe MYAN has released a Federal Election 2016 Policy Platform identifying key issues and priority areas for young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds. Speaking on the release, the MYAN National Coordinator, Nadine Liddy, said “all candidates in this election have a responsibility to lead with innovative and concrete policies that ensure young people can unlock opportunities that lead to full participation.”

 

Read the full statement here.

 

You can review the MYAN's recently released public statement on the Federal Budget 2016/17 here.

 

Fact sheets


MYAN WA Humanitarian Youth Fact Sheet


The first of its kind in WA, this Fact Sheet has been developed by the MYAN WA to provide a snap shot of data pertaining to humanitarian youth arrival in WA over the past five financial years.

 

Download the Fact Sheet here.

 

Reports


Youth Consultation Report - 2014
"They should know my story before they judge me" - Listening to the voices of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds in Perth

 

MYAN Australia, MYAN WA and the City of Stirling held a consultation with young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds in April 2014. Download the report here.

 

Meeting documents


February 2015 - MYAN WA member input into review of the State's Draft Mental Health Plan 

 

May 2015 - MYAN WA member discussion on participation of refugee and migrant young people

 

August 2015 - MYAN WA into the Future discussion

 

March 2016 - MYAN WA Changing attitudes

 

June 2016 - MYAN WA Federal election policy platform

 

September 2016-MYAN WA YACWA pre-budget submission consultation 

 

Meeting presentations


CMY Presentation - August 2015

 

MYAN Australia Presentation - August 2015

 

World Cafe issues discussion - November 2015

 

 

 

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