Join us at our 2019 annual conference in Adelaide

THEME: BUILDING A STRONGER AND VIBRANT SOUTH SUDANESE EQUATORIA COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION IN AUSTRALIA

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The theme of this year’s conference is “Building a Stronger and Vibrant South Sudanese Equatoria Community in Australia”. The theme is intended to increase and cultivate the spirit of civic and workforce participation, and community involvement through grassroots advocacy and programs within the South Sudanese communities in Australia. The conference will discuss how to further develop appropriate and respectful services that support the integration of the South Sudanese people in Australia to address and mitigate effects of generational trauma within the community. We are expecting up to 250 attendees in this year’s conference from all the States and Territories in Australia, providing a unique opportunity to connect with South Sudanese and Equatorian communities in Australia.
Venue: The University of South Australia Mawson Lakes Parking
October 4th and 5th

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WHAT WE DO

FECAA is the peak national body representing the Equatoria Community in Australia, through capacity building, access to information, advocacy, collaboration with existing services providers and networking.

We work with all States and Territories at both state/Territory and national levels to address issues facing our community.

We firmly believe we are stronger when we work together. Our focus is in building a strong, united, vibrant and progressive Equatorian community in Australia.

We want to develop high quality, culturally sensitive civic training and education programs appropriate to the needs of the grass root Equatorian community.

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The Federation of Equatoria Community Association in Australia Inc (FECAA) is the peak national body representing the Equatoria Community (commonly known as Equatorians) in Australia.

The Equatorians compose of 36 different ethics tribes out of 64 tribes in South Sudan. All these 36 tribes are from a linguistically diverse backgrounds but see themselves as one under the Equatoria banner.

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  • Establish pathways to access the right services in transition and settlement processes
  • Establishing long term solutions through community focused support programs for young people
  • Build bridges between community organisations and government departments from all levels
  • Develop grassroots strategies to build leadership, purpose, and resourcefulness

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A short Easter Message from our President Juma Piri Piri

The Federation of Equatoria Community Association in Australia (‘FECAA’) wishes you all a happy Easter 2019. The resurrection of Christ Jesus gives life meaning and direction and the opportunity to start over no matter what our individual or community circumstances ...

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FECAA National Conference | Expression of interest

As you may be aware, Federation of Equatoria Community Association in Australia (FECAA) is the national peak body representing Equatorian communities in Australia. Equatoria comprises 36 of the 64 tribes in South Sudan, each with their own unique culture and language. ...

Keynote Speaker Announcement – FECAA National Conference 2019!

FECAA National Conference South Australia – 4 & 5 October 2019 KEYNOTE SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT   FECAA is excited to announce Brian Adeba, the Deputy Director of Policy (with a focus on South Sudan) at the Enough Project in Washington DC as ...

Launceston’s South Sudanese community celebrated in national conference

Launceston’s South Sudanese community celebrated in national conference. https://www.examiner.com.au/story/5665523/creating-cultural-connects-from-launceston-to-south-sudan/?cs=95