The Palestinian Ambassador Izzat Abdulhadi has visited the newly established Palestinian Center For Peace in Adelaide. It contains Palestinian embroideries, handcrafts and other Palestinian heritage items. It also contains a valuable documents and books of the Palestinian history and culture.
Shahin family in Adelaide (A well know business family from Palestinian origin) has organized a multicultural and multi faith Iftar dinner at the city of Adelaide/ South Australia.
Ambassador Abdulhadi met with Mr Peter Russo MP to discuss the establishment of Parliamentary Friends of Palestine committee at the Queensland Parliament. It has been agreed to launch the Friendship Group on November 28, a day before the observation of the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.
The Queensland Intercultural Society has organized Iftar dinner at the QLD Parliament on June 15 under the theme "promoting peace and dialogue among all elements of the Australian wider Society". The Iftar was attended by the Premier of Queensland, Members of Parliament, representatives from various faiths, academics among others.
Invited by Bluestar Intercultural Center in Canberra, Ambassador Izzat Abdulhadi has participated in the Annual Bluestar’s Social Harmony Iftar Dinner. Being part of the tradition, this annual event has been co-hosted by Bluestar Intercultural Centre and the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture.
The High Commission of Fiji has organized a fundraising dinner on Friday, May 27 in Canberra attended by a large number of the diplomatic corps representatives, civil society organizations, Australian officials and community leaders to raise funds for the people of the Republic of Fiji.
The Council of Arab Ambassadors invited Mr Stuart Horne, the Acting Manager of Middle East and North Africa Division at New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, to a business Lunch on May 25 during his visit to Canberra.
The African Diplomatic Group in Canberra organized a function to celebrate the Africa Day. The function has been attended by Australian and New Zealand officials in addition to members of the international diplomatic Corp and African community in Canberra.
The Union of the Palestinian Workers organized on May 15 in Sydney a function to commemorate the 68th anniversary of Al Nakba in Sydney.
The Staff at the Palestinian Embassy in Canberra organized a farewell lunch for Ms Eleanor Kay, ANU student, who has just concluded her internship period at the Embassy. Ms Kay has produced an excellent report on the relevancy of the Australian Aid to Palestine development.