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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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On World Refugee Day, the 20th of June, DAA hosted “My Journey, My Home” at Flinders Street Station to celebrate the cultures and journeys of

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I recently sat down with the Executive Director and co-founder of Diaspora Action Australia (DAA) Denise Cauchi to talk about the unique work DAA does,

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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.