Building bridges through information, understanding and cooperation

We believe in reaching out to all members of society by providing a platform for cultural and information exchange. We believe it is necessary to work in partnership with different segments of society. We collaborate with people in the areas of government and public service; education; sports; academia and media; as well as cultural and religious organisations, NGOs; faith and ethnic communities.

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AIS Charity

The pandemic period has changed the lives of many people around the world. Some of those most heavily affected have…

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‘Enabling Diversity & Inclusion – Learn. Think. Do.’ Summit.

‘Enabling Diversity & Inclusion – Learn. Think. Do.’ Summit.

On Tuesday the 15th of September 2020, the Equal Employment Opportunity Network (EEON) hosted its bi-annual summit on ‘Enabling Diversity…

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There’s No Place Like Home : A Discussion on Homelessness

There’s No Place Like Home : A Discussion on Homelessness

Australia has nearly 120,000 people experiencing homelessness & while COVID19 had managed to get a lot of them in shelter…

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Prayer, Patience & Pandemic

Prayer, Patience & Pandemic

Panellists include Dr Mahsheed Ansari (Lecturer, Islamic Sciences and Research Academy, Charles Sturt University), Rev. Dr Colleen O’Reilly (Chaplain, Trinity…

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Does Bigger Mean Better? Working Towards a Big Australia

Does Bigger Mean Better? Working Towards a Big Australia

In recognition of the UN’s World Population Day, this conversation between Dr Katie Allen MP (Federal Member for Higgins) &…

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Mental Health in Times of Crisis: Lessons from History and what to Expect

Mental Health in Times of Crisis: Lessons from History and what to Expect

Some people have lost a loved one; others a job and we’ve also lost our freedom and the comfort of…

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Racism During COVID-19

Racism During COVID-19

The Webinar would look at how racist acts are impacting some minority groups, particularly the Asian community, and what this…

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COVID 19: Its Impact On the Australian Healthcare System & Where To From Here?

COVID 19: Its Impact On the Australian Healthcare System & Where To From Here?

COVID19 has been this year’s primary disruptor. It’s having a huge impact on people’s lives with thousands of Australians afflicted…

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President Trump: 4 more years?

President Trump: 4 more years?

Written by AIS intern - Dewirini Anggraeni AIS organised a discussion entitled “President Trump: 4 more years?” on 5 March…

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Our Activites

We have organised international study tours; academic conferences; cultural exhibitions; Ramadan iftar dinners and government sponsored projects; among other activities. Each event provides ample networking opportunities; so the circle of people wanting to build bridges with other communities and collaborate on projects with AIS grows with each program.

Celebrating Humanity

The purpose of the International Festival of Language and Culture is to celebrate diversity and promote inclusion, whilst also providing an opportunity for participating students to showcase the kaleidoscope of their language and culture with other students from around the world.
International Festival of Language and Culture

IFLC 2017