# Maya Fest 2020 (15 September - 15 December 2020)
# Noor-e-Nirmal : The 14th Century Splendour (2020)
# Maya Fest 2019 (10 September - 10 December 2019)
# Let's Warli: Togetherness in Action (2019)
# 'Experience The First Flush @ Darjeeling: Appreciating The Nature/Nurture Bond'. This is supported by Incredible India (India Tourism Sydney, Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India) (October 2016).
# Dots 2 Art: Exploring Indian Madhubani Art From The Backyard Of Australian Dot Painting'. This is supported by Incredible India (India Tourism Sydney, Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India) (June 2016).
# Maya Caption Contest 2016: Courage of Women and Indian Women launched. This contest is supported byIncredible India(India Tourism Sydney, Ministry of Tourism, Govt. of India). (February-March, 2016).
# Dr. Jayantee Mukherjee Saha, Director and Principal Consultant, Aei4eiA speaking at the event 'Welcome to My Consulate' co-organised by Consulate General of India Sydney in collaboration with NSW office of Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. [Speech- audio only] [Video presented on 'Indian migration to Australia']. (October, 2015).
# Maya: Indian Women through Indian Art- Social initiative launched (October 2015) to translate our research into action. (October, 2015).
# Merrh-ma~Samanvaya: Socio-Economic Impacts of Indian Migration To Australia - research report released by Consul General of Indian Sydney. (June, 2015).
#'The Brown Beauties of NSW: Indian Women in Australia Series, Issue 1'- Research report released. (November, 2014).
# Our recently published research study Experience Australia: Reflections from the Indian Community tells the story of a migrant community's role, contributions, issues and challenges in the sustainable development of Australia. (November, 2013).
# Aei4eiA has submitted its response to the Australian Federal Government's White Paper on Australia in the Asian Century- titled'Hard Work, Warm Hearts: Australia’s success mantra to shine with India'. (March, 2012).
The primary role of Australia-India Wing is to conduct evidence-based research and initiatives on pertinent issues/matters related to India and Australia. The underlying objectives are to help foster trade and bilateral relationship between India and Australia, highlighting the potential of Indian community in Australia and positively impacting the broader Australian community.
At the end of 2021, there were over 780,000 people of Indian origin who call Australia home (Census, 2020) more than twice the number at 30 June 2010. The Indian-born population is the second largest migrant community in Australia, equivalent to 9.4 per cent of Australia's overseas-born population and 2.8 per cent of Australia's total population (The Department of Home Affairs, 2022).
The Australian Government's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (2022) notes, "India is one of Australia’s most important Indo-Pacific partners, with the relationship characterised by strong people-to-people links and close cooperation at all levels of government". The Australia-India relationship reached a high point, underpinned by the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership announced by both the Governments in June 2020. The signing of the Australia-India Economic Cooperation and Trade Agreement in April 2022 is meant to encouraged significant investments to bolster economic ties between the two democracies. These developments look promising.
Over the past many years, in our own ways, through our works, we have been working to build and bolster economic connections and people-to-people relations with stakeholders from Australia and India. Below are the list of some of the key projects/initiatives that we have conducted thus far.
Leveraging 'People' Power of Sustainability
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