BAWS is a community organisation that helps to create a stronger
relationship within Australian communities and has been providing
support to new Bangladeshi and other immigrants in Australia who are
experiencing financial hardship.
BAWS has also been financially supporting different charity
organisations in Bangladesh for voluntarily arranging funeral expenses
of the homeless people in Bangladesh.
BAWS a social organisation is aiming to bridge the gap between
different ethnic and cultural background Australians by building a
common platform between the different social segments. Australia being a
multicultural country with a combination of people from more than 200
nations, harmonious relation between the people is the precondition for a
stable and prosperous nation where everybody can contribute to "Advance
In order to build a better future for us and our future generation,
common harmony between different ethnic society is the top priority and
this will alleviate the future relations between all the people living
in our society. A perfect blend between different segment of Australian
society will benefit the nation as a whole.
Bangladeshi Australian Welfare Society Inc (BAWS) is going to
celebrate "Bangladeshi Independence Day 2012" called "Bangla Loko Mela
2012" 24th March 2011 (Saturday) at Seddon Park, Glenfield, NSW 2563.
This event plays a vital role in highlighting Bangladeshi community
among the multicultural Australian Society. This is a recreational
programme, where a large number of people of Bangladeshi Community
together with other communities participate from Greater Sydney Area and
also from other Australian cities.
This is a whole day celebration with number of events as traditional
food festival, music, cultural activities and others. It is a great
opportunity for Local and Bangladeshi Business Houses to promote them or
their products in the community. In relation to that, BAWS will provide
stalls, posters, banners and will encourage distributing leaflets in
Bangladesh is proud to be the only nation fought for the right to
speak it's mother language which eventually lead towards the
independence war in 1971. The victory of this Liberation War was the
sacrifice of 3 million Bangladeshis. In recognition to the sacrifice of
Bangladeshi people for their own language, United Nations has declared
21st of February as the International Language Day. On 21st February
1952, the students of Dhaka University in Bangladesh were killed while
demonstrating for their right to speak in Bengali as the official
language of the then East Pakistan.
BAWS has been providing support to new Bangladeshi and other
immigrants in Australia who are in financial hardship. BAWS has also
been financially supporting different charity organisations in
Bangladesh for voluntarily arranging funeral expenses of the homeless
people in Bangladesh.