Games and HotPot Night

30 November 2018

@International House Darwin


Developing Young People for Success Program

13 June 2018

BornToWin Consulting’s Mahongo Fumbelo, delivered the Developing Young People for Success Program to secondary students. The program envisions young migrants to achieve success in personal development and in their future careers. MyNT Chair, Krshna, and our past Executive member, Kyaw Naing, were given the opportunity to share their own experiences migrating to Australia and how they overcame the challenges.


Kaleidoscope 2018

16 – 18 February 2018

@Riyala Camp, Noonamah


MyNT Trivia Night

20 January 2018

@International House Darwin


FECCA Youth Day

8 October 2017

@Darwin Convention Centre and NT Parliament House

Hosted by the Federation of Ethnic Communities Council of Australia (FECCA) and the Multicultural Council of the NT (MCNT)


Youth Representative to the UN Consultation

May 2017

Hosted by UN Youth NT


Residential Strategic Planning

April 2017

@Darwin FreeSpirit Resort & Holiday Park


Global Heads of Mission Meeting Youth Forum

30 March 2017

@Hilton Darwin and NT Government House

Hosted by Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade


MyNT 10th Anniversary

2 June 2017

@NT Parliament House

Hosted by The Hon Dale Wakefield, Minister for Territory Families


Love Your Body

20 January 2017

Over January 2017, a photography and video competition was held with the theme of ‘Love Your Body’. Judges included Maurice O’Riordan, Lauren Moss MLA and Kevin Kadirgamar. The winning entries of the competition were showcased in a movie night held on 20 January 2017, where they got to speak about their pieces.

Donations were collected during the movie night which was donated to the Butterfly Foundation, who aims to supports Australians struggling with eating disorders and body image issues.


Kaleidoscope 2016

30 September – 2 October 2016

@Riyala Camp, Noonamah


The RACE Darwin

25 June 2016

On 25 June 2016, MyNT held The RACE (The Racial and Cultural Experience) for the very first time. The idea of this ‘Amazing Race-style’ competition originally came from a group of young people chosen to participate at the 2015 Heywire Regional Youth Summit and MyNT is proud to have been given the opportunity to make this idea a reality. The project aims to bring together the many cultures woven into the community tapestry of the NT within a unique setting and break down the barriers created by cultural differences.

Just like the popular TV show, The Amazing Race, multiple different challenges were set up across Darwin city, with each challenge representing a different cultural group. Eleven teams made up of young people from ages 15-30 worked their way through these challenges. Not only did they experience the excitement of competition, the joys of friendship, and the colourful Darwin multicultural community, they also had the chance to win massive cash prizes.
The event was sponsored by the Foundation for Rural and Regional Renewal and the Northern Territory Government
Congratulations to The RACE winners:
1st place – King Thor and the Racing Hill Billy ($1,500)
2nd pace – Ausgrin ($750)
Travel Vlog – T-REx (3 x $30 Kingpin gift cards
We’d also like to thank our community partners:
Chung Wah Society; Amma’s Cafe; Australian-Japanese Association of the NT Inc; Wonderful Indonesia; City of Darwin; Darwin Waterfront; and ABC Darwin.
Visit our YouTube channel to watch all the episodes of The RACE!



YPN Finer-Minds: Meeting the Leaders of Tomorrow Today

18 February 2016

@NT Parliament House


OzFusion 2016

26 January 2016

@Palmerston Recreation Centre


MyNT Trivia Night 2016

16 January 2016

@International House Darwin


End-of-year Games Night

18 December 2015

@International House Darwin


MyNT 8th Anniversary

12 June 2015

@Engineers Australia Office

MyNT celebrated our 8th birthday with a games night in the Engineers Australia Office. The games night included a variety of board games, Xbox 360 Kinect, card games and more. A raffle was held with prizes donated from Engineers Australia Office.


Kaleidoscope 2015

2 – 4 October 2015

@Riyala Camp, Noonamah


Young Justice League 2015

10 – 11 April 2015

@NT Legal Aid Commission Family Conferencing Area and Family Court of Australia

Young Justice League 2015 is a two-day legal education program which focused on the procedures and effects of Family Law on families and young individuals. The participants were mentored by legal professionals through engaging workshops and interactive activities about the legal procedures in a family dispute. A mock mediation session and trial were held for the participants to negotiate the best outcome to resolve the simulated dispute.


Shout Out! meets Sounds of Slam

22 February 2015

@International Housing Darwin (IHD) Multicultural Roomm University Drive, CDU

Shout Out! is a youth community that provides space and opportunity for young people to honestly and openly talk about mental health.

Working with Shout Out! is Sounds of Slam, a peformance poetry workshop where young people can express their own passions, and connect with others.


Kaleidoscope 2014

3 – 5 October 2014

@Mt. Bundy Station


Sounds of Slam

20 September 2014

@Darwin Community Arts


eARTh

19 July 2014

The eARTh Art Project is aiming to bring out the greatness of art in the community.

The eARTh Art Project was created as a way to heighten the input of art and creativity in the community, an also to allow young people the opportunity to get involved in the community in a fun and awesome way.

The idea for this event came about through the Kaleidoscope Youth Leadership Summit.


Young Justice League NT

27 – 28 June 2014

Young Justice League NT is a series of interactive workshops and a mock trial involving young people around Darwin. Run over a 2-day period, Young Justice League NT aims to educate young people about the Australian legal system, their legal rights and court procedures through workshops run by mentors from the legal profession. The program included excursions to the Magistrates and Supreme Court. During the second day, participants were allocated to groups (judge, prosecutor, defence and jurors) and engaged in a mock trial with assistance from mentors.


Bringing the World Back Home 2014

21 March 2014

Originating as a project idea from Kaleidoscope 2013, Bringing the World Back Home is a Harmony Day event held in Darwin Middle School.

Video and editing by: Amy Hetherington


OzFusion 2014

26 January 2014

@Cyprus Community Centre, Marrara


Kaleidoscope 2013

4 – 6 October 2013

@Mt. Bundy Station


Bringing the World Back Home 2013

8 March 2013

During the Youth Leadership Summit, Kae Jenn Tchia – a young high school student from Darwin, developed the idea for Bringing the World Back Home. The event brought 70 high school students together to experience and celebrate a range of different cultures through shared activities. The event was held on Friday, March 8th at Charles Darwin University and was supported by MyNT, CDU Talloires and a range of volunteers.

Video and editing by: Amy Hetherington


Territory Youth Leadership Summit

5 – 7 October 2012

A long-term dream of MyNT finally became a reality with young leaders from around the Territory converging together for a weekend to share skills and develop ideas for change-making projects.

Video and editing by: Rangga Daranindra