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ACM attends DFAT Human Rights NGO Forum in Canberra

David Fouad

On the 8th of February, David Fouad represented the Australian Coptic Movement Association at the 2016 Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) NGO forum on Human Rights. The meeting was chaired by First Assistant Secretary of the Multilateral Policy Division, Dr. Lachlan Strahan and Mr. Kevin Playford of the Human Rights Branch. Also in attendance was […]

CONGRATULATIONS TO JOSEPH TAWADROS AM

Joe Tawadros

It is great to see young people from our community receive great recognition for their talents and services. Our very own Joseph Tawadros is one of the best Oud players in the world. 

20th Anniversary Dinner for Coptic Orthodox Colleges in Sydney

Coptic Schools Sydney

We congratulate the Coptic Orthodox Church in Sydney for the upcoming 20th Anniversary of the establishment of Coptic Orthodox Schools in Sydney, New South Wales. The schools are holding a celebratory dinner on Monday 15th February 2016 which will be attended by HG Bishop Daniel, HG Bishop Paula (Bishop of Tanta, Egypt) and dignitaries.  The anniversary […]

Australian Coptic Movement End of Year Statement 2015

ACM New Year meme

It has been another busy year for The Australian Coptic Movement Association (ACM). ACM organised and participated in many events including the Martin Place rally in February to condemn and protest ISIS attacks against Egyptian Christians in Libya. Unfortunately there are reports of ongoing attacks against Copts in the region which have not been well […]

ACM stands by top-cop Nick Kaldas

Nick Kaldas

The Australian Coptic Movement Association (ACM) stands by Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas and calls on the State Government of New South Wales to put an end to this farce. 

Coptic students raise $1000 for Iraq’s refugees

St Mary Coptic Students fundraising

Coptic Students at the St Mary and St Mina Coptic Orthodox College at Bexley, Sydney have been digging in deep to assist the victim of genocide in Iraq. This is in addition to the $12,000+ raised by The Australian Coptic Movement Association in recent days.

Breakfast vs Religion

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It went viral through social media, which means it caught the sights of an unhappy Suzy Hanna. Effective advertising by Aussiemite or simply defamatory?

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