Click here to view the Project Introduction Speech by the President
One of the evils of our days is that of Absent Fathers, who do not mentor their sons. At Ballarat African Association, we are bridging the gap between the older and younger generations for meaningful relationships creating the basis for Respectful Intergenerational and Inter-Gender Communications.
The strategic direction for our re-branding project was reinforced at the inaugural session followed by key practical steps. We were joined by Victoria Police, Victoria Electoral Commission and Victoria Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission. Click here to view some of the speeches and presentations
UBUNTU is a Zulu word which means ‘I am, because we are.’ The notion of ubuntu is the idea of community as one of the building blocks of society, a form of social connectedness. Dr Michael Akindeju, President of Ballarat African Association, said it takes a village to raise a child is another way of […]
Ballarat African Association Soccer Team Won the Unity Shield. Led by our Youth Development Officer Lunorphare Folly and Kuanjal Tuany, BAA Soccer team are using soccer as a communicative language to engage with youth across Ballarat and beyond.
Ballarat African Association Soccer Team participated at Interkultura Football Tournament. We placed 3rd in Group A at the Group Stage. Click here to read more
Ballarat African Association Boys at FECCA conference, Hobert, October 2019. Our youth featured and were the star at the FECCA youth conference. They spoke about using sport and sportsmanship as tools for embracing challenges and thriving nonetheless to create bridges for social cohesion and harmony.
The community came together to celebrate what was a beautiful series of empowerment events of the Social Cohesion Project funded by Victoria Police in 2018 with an elegant dinner party.
Ballarat African Association had series of Successful Social Cohesion Events in 2018. Here is a click from the Project closing dinner party.
Debunking the generalised notion of “African Gang” and challenging stereotypes, the community and Victoria Police discussed the vital role of Police in community. Victoria Police commended the efforts of BAA leadership led by Isaac Moses.