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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.

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Often, the best way to learn is through stories: people share knowledge and form communities through this elemental form of communication.

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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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Oromia Support Group Australia (OSGA) has voiced its concerns about the plight of Oromo refugees with the United Nation’s key refugee agency, the UNHCR.

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Diaspora Action Australia recently held its second Friends Event of 2015 in Melbourne.

Women Advocating Change Posted July 20, 2015

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How do you engage the media? Develop an advocacy strategy? Become a confident public speaker? Feel comfortable in a leadership role? In May and June, DAA’s Women Leading Change program organised four free workshops on these topics.

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“On this World Refugee Day, everyone should remember the things that connect all of us – our common humanity.” – United Nation’s High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres

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In this series of blogs we look at some of the key tools that diaspora organisations and individuals can use in their efforts to promote peace, human rights and development.

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“The Australian Government and its people have often been humane and quick to lend a helping hand” – Kot Monoah, Chairperson of the South Sudanese Community Association of Victoria

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Eleven diaspora organisations came together in Melbourne recently to develop skills that will help them establish potentially life-changing projects in their countries of origin.