Privacy Policy

We are the Australian Arabic Council:

AAC is committed to protecting your online privacy by abiding by all privacy laws including the National Privacy Act 1988.

We do not collect any personal information about you unless you voluntarily provide it to us. When registering to receive additional content and/or services on our website, we require your email address. With your approval, we will occasionally send you an e-mail to notify you about important changes to the site, new services, newsletters, events and special offers. If you do not wish to receive these e-mail notifications, simply indicate that preference when you register or simply follow the unsubscribe link contained in each e-mail.

AAC does not provide any third-party access to your personal information unless you give us express permission, apart from to our service providers who assist with operating the AAC website.

You may be able to link to other websites by clicking on external links from the AAC website. These websites are not subject to our privacy policies and procedures. AAC does not take any responsibility for the privacy policies and procedures of these external websites

Obtaining your consent

By using our website, you give AAC permission to collect information about the pages served to you as an anonymous user for the purpose of calculating aggregate site statistics. If you register at our web site, you authorise us to use information you provide to personalise the information we deliver to you and to use your demographic information when calculating aggregate customer data. Where you register for additional content and/or services, you give us permission to send you e-mails related to the content and/or services to which you subscribe and select.

If you are under the age of 18, you must not provide your e-mail address, or any other identifying information without the consent of your parent or guardian, or as otherwise provided for by applicable law.

If you have any questions regarding our privacy policy, please email Any changes to this policy will be posted here, and will be effective once uploaded to this site.


Chairman: Roland Jabbour

Mr Jabbour has been a member of the AAC since 1992, and for a number of these years has held the position of Chairman. As a prominent member of the wider and business communities, he holds executive roles in many community groups and has repeatedly made outstanding contributions to both Arabic and wider Australian community.

Secretary: TBA

Executive Director: Will Abdo

Mr Abdo has been an active member of the AAC since 1995 and has brought to the Council a wealth of knowledge and experience in accounting, digital media and project management. He has managed numerous community bridging projects and represented the AAC at various high profile events including government, media, business and community. Mr Abdo is a business and trade development consultant and CEO of Webtrade Marketing Pty Ltd.