Marrickville Youth Interagency
What is the Marrickville Youth Interagency (MYI)?
The MYI is a network of government and non-government agencies, and individual members who provide direct services, advocacy or programs for young people living, working, learning, or recreating in Marrickville LGA.
Members meet on a regular basis to share information, collaborate on projects which address needs identified by young people and their community, or advocate on behalf of young people.
- Download: Marrickville Youth Interagency terms of reference (PDF)
- Download: Draft Statement of Principles for the Delivery of Youth Services (PDF)
What are its aims?
Marrickville Youth Interagency provides a regular avenue for members to:
1. Exchange information and share resources;
2. Identify local youth needs;
3. Develop strategies to address these needs;
4. Advocate on behalf of young people to all levels of government, business and community groups;
5. Engage young people and youth workers to act on issues together; and
6. Work to raise a positive profile of young people in the media and in the community
When does the MYI meet?
The annual planning session for 2013 will be held on Thursday 7 February from 9:30am to 12:30pm. This session is taking place on a Thursday due to the availability of a large room on this day.
The Marrickville Youth Interagency meets bi-monthly on Tuesdays from 9:30 am till 11:30am on the following dates:
- 19 February 2013
- 9 April 2013
- 11 June 2013
- 13 August 2013
- 8 October 2013
- 10 December 2012
Meetings throughout 2013 will be held at the Debbie and Abbey Borgia Community Recreation Centre, Illawarra Road, Marrickville South (adjacent to Steel Park).