Culture Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 11

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Aboriginal Support Group – Manly Waringah Pittwater —- Visited: 21 Times


    Listing id: 32133

    The Aboriginal Support Group-Manly Pittwater (AG) started in 1979 as a treaty organisation and later developed into a group of people committed to supporting Indigenous Australians in their broader struggle for justice.

  • Australian Association of Buddhist Studies —- Visited: 17 Times


    Listing id: 36932

    The Australasian Association of Buddhist Studies (AABS) aims to promote the academic study of Buddhism in the Australasian region. Membership is open to scholars of all academic disciplines.

  • Australian Jewish Historical Society Inc [New South Wales] —- Visited: 17 Times


    Listing id: 31956

    The Australian Jewish Historical Society [NSW] is a member of the JCA family of organisations .

  • Australian Sangha Association Inc. —- Visited: 7 Times


    Listing id: 36934

    The ASA & FABC work together in such things as representing Australia in international Buddhist events, meeting Government ministers and civil servants on a national level to represent Buddhist interests, and listening to and communicating the needs of Buddhist people in Australia.

  • Ethnic Communities’ Council of NSW —- Visited: 26 Times


    Listing id: 39381

    The Ethnic Communities’ Council of NSW (ECC) is the peak body for all culturally and linguistically diverse communities. Our main activities are advocacy, education, and community development.

  • Local Government and Shires Associations of NSW —- Visited: 13 Times


    Listing id: 32296

    The Associations recognise and support the vital actions councils take to enable their diverse communities to participate in cultural expression. The ability to ‘tell our story’ is an essential and defining human characteristic. In a climate of expanding global homogeneity, local representation is increasingly important.

  • Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA) —- Visited: 9 Times

    Harris Park

    Listing id: 36771

    The Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association of NSW (MDAA) is the peak organisation for people from non-English speaking backgrounds (NESB) with disability, their families and carers in NSW. MDAA is the only advocacy service in NSW available specifically to people from NESB with disability.

  • NSW Federation of Community Language Schools —- Visited: 18 Times

    Marrickville South

    Listing id: 37688

    The NSW Federation of Community Language Schools was established in Sydney in 1978. Members from difference Communities took the initiative to form a representative body which could unite all Community Language Schools so they could all work together to obtain more benefits and recognition for their students.

  • Octapod Association —- Visited: 4 Times


    Listing id: 44998

    The Octapod Association is a resource base for creative projects in the Hunter region. Our purpose is to inspire new ideas in arts and media practice and support a creative and diverse arts sector. We aim to provide the Hunter region with a variety of resources to enable a participatory, innovative and sustainable artistic culture.

  • Oral History Association of Australia -NSW —- Visited: 10 Times


    Listing id: 32273

    The OHAA is a non-profit body formed in 1978 with Branches in all states.

  • Russian Ethnic Community Council of NSW Inc. —- Visited: 54 Times


    Listing id: 31965

    The Russian Ethnic Community Council of NSW Inc is a voluntary, non-profit making representative organisation incorporated in the State of NSW in 1995. The Council provides the following Advisory Information Service to the NSW community and, in particular, to the people of Russian ethnic background: