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As the Director of DAA, from time to time I am asked to serve in an advisory capacity with other organisations. My most recent appointment is to a new body, the Advisory Group on Australia-Africa Relations (AGAAR).

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  Abe Nouk from Creative Rebellion Youth, Sarah Williams from Footprints, Ibby Deng, Akur (Veronica) Deng Barr Abyei from Youth Australia, and Ezeldin Deng from

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Haroun Kofi and Komi Bana from the Nuba Mountains International diaspora group at the Diasporas in Action conference, September 2016  “Every day is a bombing

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Jeremy Liyanage is the Executive Director of Bridging Lanka and moved the audience to tears with his passion and authenticity at the Diasporas in Action

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Oromio Support Group Australia (OSGA) has worked with DAA for many years. Through mutual hard work and enjoyable cooperation, OSGA was given official consultative status

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The Diasporas in Action conference, on 26-27 September 2016, marked a turning point in how we in Australia think about the role of diasporas in

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Oromia Support Group Australia (OSGA) has received UN special consultative status, a significant achievement for the NGO. The status allows the organisation to attend UN

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On July 22, 2016, Diaspora Action Australia (DAA) participated in the inaugural Australia Diaspora Engagement Forum (ADEF). The forum, hosted by the Australia Zimbabwe Business

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To mark International Women’s Day we profile Shabnam Safa, one of the many inspirational women we get to work with at Diaspora Action Australia.

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Diaspora Action Australia (DAA) strives to help diaspora groups effect change in their countries of origin, as well as to highlight to government agencies and international NGOs the important work that these organisations do.

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Diaspora Action Australia hosted a roundtable discussion with Mr Matthew Neuhaus, Assistant Secretary, Africa Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and African diaspora leaders in Melbourne on October 28.