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Australian Arabic Council


Our award-winning organisation in human rights is committed to human rights and community relations issues affecting the Australian Arabic culture and profile. You will note that we undertake a combination of proactive and reactive projects, whereby we are vigilant to changes in our environment, while endeavouring to make it a better place to live for all of us. We trust that your journey into our website will be enlightening and inviting, as we welcome your participation and contribution to any of our initiatives.

Current Issues

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Reflections From United Nations

A letter addressed to the Australian Arabic Council from the late Secretary-General of the United Nations Kofi Annan (Jan 1997 – Dec 2006) Click Here


UPF Australia Launches Educating With Values Report at UN Day of Peace Conference

20 September 2023,  After a series of Values Education Summits held in the year 2021 and 2022, organised by the Universal Peace Federation Australia and the International Association of Academicians for Peace Oceania, a report based on the findings of these summits and titled “Educating with Values” was launched along with The International Association of Values Education Organisations at the United Nations International Day of Peace Conference held in Melbourne on the 16th September, 2023.   AAC Executive Director and

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AAC Attends AACCI Victoria Networking Event

20 March 2023, AAC Chairman & Honorary Consul for Morocco HE Roland Jabbour OAM and Executive Director Will Abdo attended the first networking event of the year held by the Australia Arab Chamber of Commerce & Industry at the International Chamber House on 16 March 2023. It was an opportunity to connect and engage with AACCI members and stakeholders representing a cross section of business sectors and government bodies. The stakeholders were represented by the Global Victoria team led by

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Statement by the Australian Arabic Council

Security breach with acts of banditry at El Guergarate crossing point 3 December, 2020  We refer with great concern to the recent developments at El Guergarate crossing point separating the Moroccan Sahara and Mauritania.  A group of militias had carried out acts of banditry, impeding the free movements of vehicles on the main trade route between Morocco and Mauritania whilst continuously harassing the local civilians. The polisario militiamen had illegally entered a restricted zone and remained there since the 21st of October,

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