The Federation of Indian Associations of Victoria (FIAV) was formed in 1989 by a group of resident Indian migrants of long standing and repute that were keen to bring all the various regional, cultural and lingual Indian groups together under the one umbrella organization.
The FIAV's goal was to serve as an umbrella organisation for all the Indian community organisations in Victoria bringing together all the individual organisations as a unified body in order to strengthen the community and provide improved services to the Indian origin population in Victoria.
By establishing such an organisation with the objective of unifying the Indian origin community in Victoria, the Local, State, Federal and the Indian governments were able to effectively reach out and communicate with the wider Australian Indian population as a whole
Indian Demographic Report
History of FIAV
Executives of FIAV
Committee & Trustees
Purpose of FIAV
Past, Currents & Future Projects
Funeral & repatriation services
Music & Dance Festival - March 2013
Multi Cultural Gala dinner August 2013 - Venue TBD
FIAV AGM - Aug 2013
FIAV - Press releasess
Ethnic Media houses in Victoria
Molestie lanorafertas lertyades
Ndrerit mauris ketdeisera
Fusce suscipit vari
Ethno- Specific Aged Care initiative project shall ensure establishing an Aged care specially constructed & designed for Indian origin Victorians, taking in to consideration the cultural needs of our seniors.
Community Support Panel:
FIAV's support panel focus is to render assistance to community members in need of service. This include newly arrived migrants, long term residents who might need to consult a specialist for a confidential discussion about their life, family career etc...
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