What we do
Diaspora Action Australia supports communities in Australia from countries affected by war and conflict to help them promote peace, development and human rights in their countries of origin.
We rely on donations to help us support diaspora communities with training, mentoring, network building and increasing their influence in Australia. Your support will have a meaningful impact and is fully tax deductible over $2.
Diaspora Learning Network
DLN is a group of organisations committed to advancing learning and multi-sector dialogue on the role and contribution of diasporas to peace, development, humanitarian action and human rights.
News and Blogs
Welcome to our new Executive Director – Denise Goldfinch Posted May 27, 2018 By Diaspora
Diaspora Action Australia (DAA) warmly welcomes Denise Goldfinch to the role of Executive Director. “We’re thrilled to have Denise join our organisation. She brings an incredible
Farewell to Denise Cauchi, our Executive Director and Co-Founder Posted May 04, 2018 By Diaspora
After nearly a decade working with Diaspora Action Australia (DAA), our Executive Director and Co-Founder Denise Cauchi has decided to leave her position and open a new chapter in her life. Advocate, diplomat, leader, mentor, teacher, supporter, protestor, questioner, confidante, are some of the words that many may use to describe Denise. Her charming and engaging personality, her colourful and vibrant appearance, and her immense zest for life brightened up our office days. You’ll be missed dearly by all of us, Denise!
“What makes diasporas unique for me is their passion to make a real difference.” Posted Mar 19, 2018 By Diaspora
David Nyuol Vincent, Director of Peace Palette, was one of three facilitators at Diaspora
Learning Network’s (DLN) Peacebuilding and Reconciliation seminar held on 24th
February at the University of Melbourne. Speaking about how real change can be
effected in their countries of origin, David went on to say that “it’s crucial to get
credibility in a very complex political surrounding. We must have a very clear agenda
and focus area.”
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