AAA Branches

HOW IS THE ASIAN AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE STRUCTURED?

The Asian Australian Alliance (AAA) has grown since its inception in 2013. It started as an idea by two of the founding conveners and the rest is history. AAA is categorised via branches to reflect the needs of the community and of the Australian mainstream society. These branches focus on specific areas which include:

  • Asian Australian Alliance (AAA)
  • Asian Australian Alliance Women’s Forum (AAAWF)
  • Asian Australian Alliance Young Leaders Program (AAAYL)
  • Asian Australian Rainbow Alliance (AAuRA)
  • Movement of Asian Australian Academics (MAAA)

(For details on the description of these branches, please go to their relevant pages on the website)

There are also AAA branches in various states across Australia. Currently we have branches in:

  • New South Wales (NSW)
  • Victoria (VIC)
  • Western Australia (WA)

We are looking to expand into the other states so if you are interested in helping is out, please get in contact!

(For details on the description of these branches, please go to their relevant pages on the website)

We plan to expand and grow more so if you are interested to be involved, we would like to hear from you. You can email us on info@asianaustralianalliance.com or Facebook us at Asian Australian Alliance.