Author: Michael Akindeju

Workshop: Economic Shift-Excellence in Employment and Business Arena- Solidarity & Self-Care

The facilitators and consultants guided attendees to develop their own self branding while we explore some of the nine principles of Catholic social thoughts. Watch-out for the videos here! Keynote: Sustainable Community Development: Aim of the Core Principles of Catholic Social Thoughts Self-Motivation & Branding Self Solidarity & Self-Care Living a Life of Purpose: Overcoming Limitations Self-Care: What can we learn […]

Articulated Recommendations for an Effective Co-Designed FDV Programs for CALD Communities

In the pursuit of sustainable ‘Prevention & Response’ strategies to Family & Domestic Violence issues across Australia. We continue to advocate and to cause systemic shifts to help all Australians and certainly our community further along with the efforts on eradicating Family & Domestic Violence.  We continue to advocate for the narratives to include a […]

Workshop: Economic Shift- Excellence in Employment and Business Arena (Do-It-Yourself Session)

This was a practical Hands-On session where our exceptional consultants and facilitators guided attendees to develop a 2 page career and business advancement blueprint. Case Story: If any One Can, Why Not Me? Sports as a lever for cultural identity rebranding  Exposition on Business & Career Advancement (Part 1)  Exposition on Business & Career Advancement (Part 2) 

Workshop: Economic Shift- Excellence in Employment and Business Arena

55 of our members attended an impactful online workshop discussing and acquiring pertinent tools for branding, purpose, business and employment. Please see below for video of recorded sessions. Living a Life of Purpose    Personal Branding  Case Story The Giant in Us. If I can, you can Public Sector Engagements-Getting in and Navigating the Government Landscape  Resilience […]

BAA bags government grant support

Partnerships that work. Ballarat African Association Inc. in the very heart of Community Development…Juliana Addison MP, Ballarat Regional Multicultural Council – BRMC, Ballarat Council Read the full story here.

Active Citizenship

Many thanks to Victoria Electoral Commission, interested members of the Ballarat African Association had a refresher on Australian core electioneering principles on Saturday 30 May 2020.

Business Workshop: Essentials of Business Planning (Roadmap to Business Success)

Vital for the success of local African businesses in Ballarat, BAA had an online workshop session with Nesan Naidoo on Saturday 2 May 2020. Our members are better for it. 

Event Cancelled: Re-Branding African Australian Identity Project (Final Series Pilot): Economic Shift

Due to COVID-19, the Committee of Management of the Ballarat African Association has taken the decision to cancel uncontrolled gathering of our members for events in a move to encourage safety and wellbeing as it is impractical to predict how individuals might feel or respond to stimuli during a community event where articulated self-awareness items […]

BAA Delegates visited The Victoria Government Parliament House During Question Time on 3 March 2020!

Delegates from the Ballarat African Association visited the Parliament House on a day Question Time Tour with a 10 Point Agenda on 3 March 2020. The agenda included non-political items on improving lived experiences and promoting inclusion of African and Indigenous Australians across public sector appointments. Read More

BAA’s Rebranding African Australian Identity Project-Ubuntu Concept

Click here to view the speech on BAA’s application of the Ubuntu Concept by the Vice President