Established in 2013 in New South Wales, AAA also encompasses a collective of various groups catering to the spectrum within the Asian Australian community, including: ASIAN AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE WOMEN’S FORUM (AAAWF), ASIAN AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCE YOUTH (AAAY), ASIAN AUSTRALIAN RAINBOW ALLIANCE (AAuRA), AND THE MOVEMENT OF ASIAN AUSTRALIAN ACADEMICS (MAAA). AAA has been the focal point of many national campaigns and has featured in the media on television, radio, print and online. It has been web-listed and archived as part of the National Library of Australia’s database for historical research purposes. The conveners of Asian Australian Alliance (AAA) over the short space of two and half years have reached into a dazzling array of community issues and is already demonstrating the size of its narrative and quality of its partnership into a national infrastructure. Using the principle of selfless empowerment and an individual accountability model, AAA has momentum unlike no other community growth vehicle. Our AAA logo symbolizes Asian community of unity where the orbital paths of Asian communities intersect in many multiple patterns of inter-sectional interests and issues.
Advocacy on common social issues.
Political engagement and mobilisation with the Asian Australian and mainstream Australian community and society.
Progressive, inclusive, “all partisan politically”, and turns talk fests into actions and projects.