International Migrants Day
At Victoria Together, our aim is to connect and empower Victorian communities through inclusive experiences all year round. This 18 December it's International Migrants Day - we're joining in the celebrations by highlighting the skills, knowledge and diversity that migrants bring to Victoria.
Take a look at some of the community projects creating a sense of belonging for all, and hear people tell their stories of coming to Victoria.
City in the Community - Young Leaders Training
This project engages young people from migrant and refugee backgrounds across the state through social media and interactive digital challenges.Read about the project
With the support of fans and the Melbourne City FC, charitable organisation City in the Community uses the power of football to promote employment, social inclusion and physical activity.
- Bouncing Back - Football in schools for World Children's Day
Celebrating World Children's Day
- Bouncing Back with Melbourne City Football Club
The power of football in your community.
- Bouncing Back - Melbourne City FC's Powerchair team
Powerchair sports is #BouncingBack
- Bouncing Back - 30 second Keepy Uppy challenge
Featuring City stars Craig N and Hollie P.
Free to Feed - Food Journeys on Film
A cinematic collaboration between Free to Feed and filmmaker Tim Melville exploring what it means for new migrants to connect with others through food.Watch the videos
A short video series exploring themes of growth, inclusion, community and mental health - produced by the young people of The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY).
- Tuned In
By the Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY).
- Tuned In - Nasradin Hassan
Sport has given Nasradin a community.
- Tuned In - Semin Sadiqi
Semin has always enjoyed walking.
- Tuned In - Sophia Eyob and Yosan Mussie
Sophia and Yosan's journey to fitness.
- Tuned In - Ejaz Hussain
Meet Ejaz Hussain, videographer.
- Tuned In - Nyoarman Kuei
Soccer is a big part of Nyoarman's life.
- Tuned In - Mohammad Sharif
Mohammad shares his story with Soccer.
- Tuned In - Rehila Hydari
Rehila has learnt to love the simple things.