The Australian National University African Students Association (ANUASA), established in 2009, is a pan-African student association comprising of African students and other associates at the Australian National University (ANU). The overarching objective of the association is to effectively assist and represent African students at the ANU with their academic and non-academic interests as a means of supporting a conducive environment for study and stay in Canberra. ANUASA also serves to accentuate the positive values and image of the African continent to the Australian public, and the Asia-Pacific region.

ANUASA is an affiliate of the Australian National University Students Association (ANUSA). All power and authority of ANUASA is inherent in the general membership of the Association, guided and informed by its Strategic Plan and Constitution. However, for the purposes of administration and coordination, there is established a Board of Advisors, an elected Executive Committee, and standing committees.

Information on the current Executive Committee representatives can be found here.





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