Faculty of Arts and Education

Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation

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Young Leaders Forum

Registration Form (pdf)

Saturday 22 October 2011
Melbourne, Australia

Deakin University’s "Social Networks & Belonging" project is looking for young leaders from African, Arabic, and Pacific Islander backgrounds aged from 15-25 to take part in a one-day forum on Saturday 22nd October 2011.

This event will allow young leaders to make a valuable conribution to improving Youth Services in Australia. It will include activities, guest speakers, facilitated discussions, and more.


Program
Venue

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Registration

 

Program

Young Leaders Forum Invitation (pdf file)

Young Leaders Forum Program (pdf file)

  The “Social Networks, Belonging and Active Citizenship among Migrant youth in Australia” project is a four year, national research project that seeks to learn more about migrant youth and social networks. The project is investigating the ways in which young people of Arab, Pacific Islander and African backgrounds develop a sense of social connectedness and belonging in Australia.

The findings will improve our understanding of the challenges faced by migrant young people, and the ways they cope with these challenges. We are committed to ensuring that research findings translate into practical recommendations for service providers. The findings will be shared through collaborative symposiums, workshops and policy recommendations.

The participants in the October forum are a vital element in ensuring that this project is reflective of the contemporary viewpoints and experience of young migrant leaders living in Australia today. In addition, the young people will also:

• connect with other young leaders and explore what leadership does and can imply
• explore some of the positive things taking place in your community
• talk about things that are important to you, your friends, and family
• discover and learn about other cultures
• tell facilitators how positive change can be achieved
• receive recognition and participation certificate for your contribution and a book or movie voucher!

Venue

The Forum will take place at Multicultural Hub. Transport can be arranged.

Contact

For further information, please contact:

Dr Masa Mikola, Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation (CCG), Deakin University

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Registration

This is a free event but registration is essential. If you wish to attend please complete the registration form and email it to Masa before 14th October.

 

 

 

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