EthnoLink Announcing its Next Free Webinar on What's inside the minds of Australia’s multicultural youth.
Online PR News – 13-April-2021 – Victoria, Australia – Webinar Registration
Topic: Inside the minds of Australia’s multicultural youth
with Jahin Tanvir, Policy Advisor, Youth Advocate and Board Member
Date: Thursday April 22nd 2021
Time: 2:00 PM (AEST) / 11.00AM (AWST)
Duration: 1 hour
Description: Young multicultural Australians have felt the full force of the pandemic and face many barriers to prosperity and inclusion. But how can we go about addressing these systemic issues and engaging with Australia’s future leaders?
In this free webinar, hosted by EthnoLink, Australia’s leading translation specialist, our CEO and founder, Costa Vasili will be joined by Jahin Tanvir, a young Australian, a policy advisor, youth advocate and board member.
Costa and Jahin will explore the challenges faced by multicultural youth in Australia.
Some of the topics that will be covered include:
• what it is like to grow up as a migrant in Australia
• challenges faced in accessing government and community services
• barriers to employment opportunities
• the role of multicultural youth in an intergenerational household
• tips for developing in-language resources for multicultural youth
This free webinar is suitable for:
> organisations who want to engage better with multicultural youth in Australia
> communications professionals in Government and Not-for-Profit sectors
> those who work in the Health and Community services sector
Spaces are limited, so register today to secure your seat!
Founder & CEO @ EthnoLink Language Services
Costa Vasili is a global thought leader in the translation industry and has been working in the community translation sector for 10 years. With a wealth of experience in community translation project management, Costa is relentless in pursuing EthnoLink’s mission, “to connect Australia through language”.
Jahin’s resume is a long and interesting one; he’s a policy advisor for the Consumers Health Forum of Australia, a founding member of the Health Literacy Advisory Council for Youth Action NSW, an engagement committee member for the Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations, a research commissioner for Wellbeing Health & Youth, a member of the Youth Advisory Committee for the Australian Red Cross, a Youth Health Representative for the South Western Sydney Health Advisory Group AND a member of the University of Sydney Stakeholder Advisory Panel. What’s more, Jahin is a Youth Ambassador for World Vision and the Multicultural Youth Affairs Network NSW, an emerging leaders mentee for Global Shapers Community, and a seasoned public speaker, presenting with Headspace and for the Centre for Australian Progress. Jahin brings all of this experience, his passion improved accessibility for multicultural youth and his personal experiences to our webinar.