Make a Referral Make a Referral

MYSA has established a strong research agenda to inform service development, delivery and evaluation as well as our policy and advocacy work as a state representative body.


Our research covers the breadth of young people's experiences.

MYSA has also collaborated on a range of research projects with various universities and researchers such as:

Community and Radicalisation– An Examination of Perceptions, Ideas, Beliefs and Solutions throughout Australia (Australian Multicultural Foundation);

Young People and Social Inclusion in the Global City (Cultural Partners Australia and Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies - University of Queensland, Australia);

Young African Refugees’ Experiences of Peace and Violence in South Australia (University of South Australia, PhD candidate);

Multicultural Youth Issues in Australia (Australian Research Alliance for Children);

Refugee youth and their transition from school to further education, training and employment (Australian Research Council – University of South Australia, University Of Adelaide, Australia);

The CALD Youth Census Report 2014 - The First Australian Census Data Analysis Of Young People From Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Backgrounds (Australian Population and Migration Research Centre (APMRC), Geography, Environment and Population School of Social Sciences, University of Adelaide on behalf of the Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network (MYAN) Australia); To download the report, please click here;

To request more information, please click here.