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An enduring friendship forged in battle
A centenary exhibition in Jordan commemorated the bonds formed between the ANZACs and the people of Jordan during the Great Arab Revolt (1916-18).
Democracy taking root in Tunisia, with insights from Australia and Indonesia
Young civil society activists from Tunisia learned from Australian and Indonesian experiences about consolidating a democratic civil society.
Empowering women on the big screen
A first of its kind film fair held in the Middle East celebrates, encourages and inspires women in the region.
Insights into an ancient culture
From Elcho Island to the Great Pyramids, Aboriginal dance group Djuki Mala has toured the Middle East, introducing audiences to Yolngu culture.
The Council for Australian-Arab Relations (CAAR) seeks to strengthen Australian-Arab relations by advancing areas of shared political, economic and social interest and building a greater awareness and appreciation of each other's cultures and values.
The objectives of the Council are to:
The CAAR is a non-statutory, regional council in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). Established in 2003, its purpose is to broaden and strengthen the relationship between Australia and the Arab world, by encouraging and supporting greater mutual understanding and cooperation between the peoples of Australia and the Arab world.
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Address: CAAR SecretariatMiddle East Branch, Locked Bag 40, Kingston ACT 2604