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AFGHAN REFUGEE YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 2017

AFGHAN REFUGEE YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS 2017

Posted: Fri, Sep 22nd, 2017

Date: Fri, Dec 08th, 2017

Location: Campbelltown Civic Centre Hall

The Afghan Refugee Youth Achievement Awards (ARYAA) event has been created to acknowlege the success and acheivements of young people in the Afghan Community In Sydney

Through these awards, AFAIC seeks to build the self-confidence of these young people and empower them to continue their roles as trail blazers and change makers, contributing positively to our society.

AFAIC would like to recognise young people from within the Afghan community in the various categories, such as Education, Human Rights, Sports, Business Enterprise, Community, and Volunteering. You can nominate people by filling out this simple application: http://afaic.org.au/nomination.

Read more here:  https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/arya-awards-2017-tickets-37748842805?utm_term=eventurl_text


National Youth Week NSW 2017

National Youth Week NSW 2017

Posted: Thu, Mar 30th, 2017

Date: Sat, Apr 08th, 2017

Location: Eagle Vale Central Corner of Emerald Dr & Feldspar Rd, Eagle Vale NSW 2558

LEARN, ENGAGE & EMPOWER!

SKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFE SKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFE SKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS FOR LIFESKILLS

Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1/


Clean Up Australia Day 2017

Clean Up Australia Day 2017

Posted: Fri, Mar 03rd, 2017

Date: Sun, Mar 05th, 2017

Location: Valley Vista Reserve Cnr of Longhurst Rd & Perisher Circuit Minto.

multicultural community BBQ and clean up Australia day!

Join to make a practical difference to our local community.

Read more here:  http://cleanupaustraliaday.org.au/Valley+Vista+Reserve


Swim2Survive and WeReform Anti-Bullying project 2017

Swim2Survive and WeReform Anti-Bullying project 2017

Posted: Sat, Jan 21st, 2017

Date: Mon, Jan 09th, 2017

Location: Macquarie Fields Swimming Centre

Afghan Fajar Association Inc. AFAIC,
would like to thank all fantastic partners
such us Macquarie Field Police LAC, Mission
Australia, West Tigers, SWMACC, Youth of the Streets, and of course all the participants who each
took a part in making the Swim2Survive and Anti- Bullying Project go forth
successfully with lots of cheering.

In the past week, AFAIC had the pleasure of running the annual Swim2Survive and WeReform Anti-Bullying project. We are proud to say that we had more than 50 kids and young adults trained in how to swim and basic water safety skills. On average, the participants are now 85% more likely to go for a swim than they were when they started the program. WeReform Anti-Bullying created a great opportunity for people from many different cultures and backgrounds to gather, and participate in numerous workshops to broaden their understanding on how bullying such as cyber bullying should be dealt with in our day to day lives. AFAIC is all about real change in the community. If you missed out this time take note. We have some exciting new projects coming your way! If you want to volunteer or help in any way, contact us at info@afaic.org.au https://www.facebook.com/afaic1/

2017 Beach Safety Workshop Learning all the tips and tricks to stay safe in the Water

2017 Beach Safety Workshop Learning all the tips and tricks to stay safe in the Water

Posted: Mon, Jan 16th, 2017

Date: Tue, Jan 17th, 2017

Location: 4 Surry Street Minto and Port Kembla Beach

2017 Beach Safe Workshop

Surf Life Saving NSW, Campbelltown City
Council, Afghan Fajar

Association Inc, Youth of the Streets,
MDSI, The Junction works and South

West Multicultural and Community Centre
have partnered to provide

both a preworkshop

and a Beach Safe workshop at Port Kembla
beach

during these summer school holidays.

*Please note Beach Safe Workshop is for
young people aged 14-18 years from the Campbelltown LGA

What we will Learn

• Role of lifeguards and lifesavers

• Importance of swimming between the ƒags
and signage

• Waves and Rip current identication

• Sun smart and skin cancer prevention
strategies

As well as building on your beach safety
knowledge, there will also be

fun beach activities such as soccer,
volleyball and beach flags!

PRE-WORKSHOP

Tuesday 17 January, 11am to 1pm

• South West Multicultural Community
Centre, 4 Surrey Street, Minto

• Includes lunch

Practical Workshop

• Wednesday 18 January, 7.30am to 4.30pm

• South West Multicultural Community
Centre, 4 Surrey Street, Minto

• Includes breakfast, lunch and transport
to and from the beach.

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Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1


Swim2Survive 2017

Swim2Survive  2017

Posted: Mon, Dec 26th, 2016

Date: Mon, Jan 09th, 2017

Location: Macquarie Fields Swimming Center

Free Youth Activities.

WeReform Stand Up

LEARN, ENGAGE & EMPOWER!

ROCK & WATER

Anti Bullying workshop.January the 9th To Thursday 12th January 2017

Please Register your Child.Limited Spot Are Available.

Call Sayed 0421 199 581

Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1/notifications/


AFAIC Multicultural Interfaith Peace Tour

AFAIC Multicultural Interfaith Peace Tour

Posted: Fri, Nov 25th, 2016

Date: Sat, Nov 26th, 2016

Location: TEMPLE MOSQUE AND CHURCH

MULTICULTURAL INTER-FAITH PEACE TOUR -

AIMS

To provide an
opportunity for participants to gain insights into other faiths and belief
systems.

To improve support
for marginalised people from multicultural backgrounds to fully participate in
Australian community life.

To create harmony
within the community in multi-faith context and improving social cohesion.

Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1/


AFAIC invites you to join us and show your support to end Violence against Women

AFAIC invites you to  join us and show your support to end Violence against Women

Posted: Thu, Nov 10th, 2016

Date: Fri, Nov 25th, 2016

Location: he convoy will commence 8:30 am with breakfast hosted by youth of the streets in 86 Parliament Rd Macquarie fields.

The Campbelltown Men’s White Ribbon Group will be hosting a White Ribbon Convoy on Friday 25 November to help drive the local awareness campaign against domestic violence.

The convoy will commence 8:30 am with breakfast hosted by youth of the streets in 86 Parliament Rd Macquarie fields.
Each location will provide a range of activities, giveaways and entertainment for the community to participate. There’s guest speakers and the White Ribbons Day Ambassadors. Along the way, members of the community will be encouraged to write down pledges of support on a large timber piece of White Ribbon Model that will be carried around before being assembled for display at Minto Market Place to signify the end of the convoy.

Read more here:  www.afaic.org.au


River Fest Multicultural Festival

River Fest Multicultural Festival

Posted: Mon, Aug 29th, 2016

Date: Sat, Aug 27th, 2016

Location: Koshigaya Park

Congratulations to AFAIC volunteers who did face painting and henna art for more than 160 kids and adults. We are very proud for Recognized as one of the best workshop by participants and Receiving Certificate of Appreciation. Campbelltown City Council.

And thanks to the campbelltown City Council for being instrumental in organizing this multicultural event.

Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1


JION THE FUN OF RIVER FEST 2016

JION THE FUN OF RIVER FEST 2016

Posted: Mon, Aug 22nd, 2016

Date: Sat, Aug 27th, 2016

Location: Koshigaya Park Campbelltown

AFAIC will provide activities such as Hena Art and

Face Painting. In addition a wide range of information will be available on
community and other services for people of CALD backgrounds. The information will be targeted to assist
Refugee, SHEV and TPV holders as well as CALD youth. AFAIC is committed to supporting the
community in the areas of peace, unity, participation and cohesion. As part of these values AFAIC will also be
promoting a Peace and Untiy activity as
well as a program to address the issue of bullying. We will be encouraging people to participate
in community acitivities including volunteering.

Read more here:  https://www.facebook.com/afaic1

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