Multicultural Youth Queensland, (MyQ) is a youth-led, state-wide body run by Access that as well as running all of Access' youth-based programs, provides a wide range of targeted services, programs and projects to improve the lives of Queenslanders aged between 12 and 30 years. MyQ is also the state-wide representative for Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network (MYAN), Australia’s only national voice representing the needs and interests of young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds.

MyQ recently launched their first ever webinar, which addressed plans for a potential multicultural youth forum, the national multicultural youth survey as well as policy changes & updates impacting multicultural young people in Queensland. If you joined in and haven’t completed the survey then please do so!

MyQ are also promoting MYAN’s upcoming national conference: Young People in a Multicultural World. Held over two days on November 23-24 at the University of Melbourne, don’t miss this opportunity to consider the experiences of young people in the context of current global challenges and explore how research, policy and practice can address these into the future.