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Our Future Leaders Advisory Group (FLAG) is an advocacy, empowerment, and professional development collective for young people by young people. Made up of young people from multicultural backgrounds, FLAG is a platform for youth to amplify the voices in their communities and seek positive change on issues affecting their peers.

FLAG comprises a driven group of aspiring leaders in their community who need a platform to voice challenges and grow their professional networks.

Our committed and engaged team of youth leaders seek to understand the needs and goals of each individual to develop motivated, skilled, focused youth who are ready to participate in all areas of their community. They bring to the group their experiences of being a CALD/Refugee young person living in Australia to project the challenges shared across their community groups and work with others to seek change.

View our recent FLAG engagements and achievements here.

FLAG Leadership Team

Huda Akhlaki is the FLAG President for the 2023-2025 period.

Huda Akhlaki was born in Syria and arrived in Australia in 2005 with her parents, and she is one of our motivated FLAG leaders. As a leader of the Future Leaders Advocacy Group (FLAG) she is continuously working with her colleagues to create opportunities and connect with other young people to empower them and discuss issues that might impact both local and global youth communities.


In Huda’s words “I think leadership lies within every single person.”  To her, "everyone can contribute to social change," and Multicultural Australia is proud support these aspiring future leaders that dedicate their time and energy into a building a better community for all.

How can I find out more?

To find out how you can engage with our FLAG members, fill in our Expression of Interest form and our team will be in touch. 

For additional information, please email us at [email protected] or call on 07 3337 5400.



Acknowledgement of country
We acknowledge the traditional custodians of all the lands on which we meet, work and live and recognise that this land has always been and always will be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander land.


Multicultural Australia respects and values Australia’s First Nation peoples’ enormous resilience, courage, determination and often unrecognized contributions to this country’s social and economic development. We walk together in solidarity in the shared pain of the past and with shared hope for the future.