Indian Australian Association hosts forum for International women students

 

The “Indian Australian Association of South Australia (IAASA) is a not-for-profit organisation which was established in 1967 and a constitution was formulated in 1971 for the explicit purpose of promoting Indian culture in Australia. It was also a paramount aim of IAASA to involve all South Australians, not only Indian heritage migrants, to develop a spirit of cooperation, unity and interaction between Indian and Australian communities to promote harmony. Moreover, IAASA functions as a peak body for all the Indian regional and cultural organisations and is the first port of call for the government for any issue concerning¬† the Indian community.”

IAASA is hosting an International Student Women Forum on the 5th August and is inviting ‘International women currently studying in Universities, TAFE and other Tertiary Educational Institutions in South Australia… to raise issues of concern facing them, including those of a sexual harassment nature’.

When: Wednesday 5th August, 2020, 5.00pm.

Where: IAASA Community Centre – 6 Blamey Avenue, Broadview, SA

For RSVP details, see image below.

 

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