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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Latest From AIS

Latest news, newsletters and event announcements from Australian Intercultural Society.
Listening to the Female Voice: Women and Faith

Listening to the Female Voice: Women and Faith

Please register by Friday 2nd March at  https://womenandfaith.eventbrite.com.au Panellist - Professor Sophia Pandya / California State University, USA Sophia Pandya…

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From Democracy to Authoritarianism: The Corruption Link

From Democracy to Authoritarianism: The Corruption Link

From Democracy to Authoritarianism: The Corruption Link   Please register by Monday 23 March at https://corruptionlink.eventbrite.com.au Speaker: Professor Nick Bisley…

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Walking the fine line of liberalism in a pluralistic society

Walking the fine line of liberalism in a pluralistic society

Walking the fine line of liberalism in a pluralistic society   Please register by Monday 19 March at https://timwilsonmp.eventbrite.com.au Speaker:…

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Muslims in the face of rising populism in the West and the Muslim World

Muslims in the face of rising populism in the West and the Muslim World

Muslims in the face of rising populisms in the West and the Muslim world Charismatic political leaders can wield ferverous…

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Achieving Authentic Workplace Inclusion for Aboriginal People

Achieving Authentic Workplace Inclusion for Aboriginal People

EEON in partnership with the AIS were thrilled to host Karen Milward (Victorian Yorta Yorta woman) to talk about Achieving…

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AIS Morning Tea Panel Discussion

AIS Morning Tea Panel Discussion

The AIS hosted a very important and complex topic related to domestic violence titled “Why doesn’t she just leave: The…

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Women in Media: From Mansplaining to Manterruption : How to rise up and be heard

Women in Media: From Mansplaining to Manterruption : How to rise up and be heard

The AIS in partnership with Monash University co-hosted a panel that addressed challenging issues that still confront women across different…

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Thalassaemia & Sickle Cell Awareness Seminar

Thalassaemia & Sickle Cell Awareness Seminar

The Thalassaemia & Sickle Cell Society of Australia and the AIS partnered to present a seminar re the effects of…

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Finding Spirituality in our Troubled World: Christian & Muslim Perspectives

Finding Spirituality in our Troubled World: Christian & Muslim Perspectives

The Australian Intercultural Society (AIS) in partnership with the Ecumenical and Interfaith Commission (EIC) and the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne…

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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