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Promoting
Cooperation Harmony Unity
Since 1967

Welcome to IAASA!

Indian Australian Association of South Australia (IAASA) is a not-for-profit organisation which was established in 1967 and a constitution was formulated in 1971 for the explicit purpose of promoting Indian culture in Australia. It was also a paramount aim of IAASA to involve all South Australians, not only Indian heritage migrants, to develop a spirit of cooperation, unity and interaction between Indian and Australian communities to promote harmony.

Moreover, IAASA functions as a peak body for all the Indian regional and cultural organisations and is the first port of call for the government for any issue concerning  the Indian community

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Indian Australian Association of South Australia (IAASA) is a not-for-profit organisation which was established in 1967 and a constitution was formulated in 1971 for the explicit purpose of promoting Indian culture in Australia. It was also a paramount aim of IAASA to involve all South Australians, not only Indian heritage migrants, to develop a spirit of cooperation, unity and interaction between Indian and Australian communities to promote harmony.

Moreover, IAASA functions as a peak body for all the Indian regional and cultural organisations and is the first port of call for the government for any issue concerning  the Indian community

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