AIIA South Australia

The Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) is an independent non-partisan, non-profit organisation devoted to the promotion and discussion of international affairs and global issues. The Institute hosts an active program of speakers throughout the year focused both on ongoing global issues, as well as current events and issues affecting the world today.

Established in New South Wales in 1924, and in Victoria in 1925 as branches of London’s Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House), the AIIA was created as an Australian entity in its own right in 1933, and today has branches in all states and the ACT.

The South Australia AIIA is located in the CBD of Adelaide and organizes regular events engaging with the key issues in international affairs, including how they impact Australia nationally and also at the state level.

AIIA South Australia is governed by a Council comprised of members from a wide variety of backgrounds, all with a keen interest in international affairs, and is strongly supported by volunteers and interns, and by the generosity of its members. Membership is open to all Australian residents, corporate bodies, diplomatic representatives, schools and students.

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Notice of the AGM of AIIA South Australia Branch

Dear members,

This is to advise you of the first Annual General Meeting of the members of the AIIA South Australia Branch. The details of this meeting are as follows:

Date: Thursday 30th November, 2023

Time:5:30 PM - 6:00 PM

Place: Marjoribanks 1.26 Santos Lecture Theatre (Entry from Nexus 10, The University of Adelaide)

At the meeting, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Nominate or self-nominate for the office of the branch.
  • All nominations shall be given to the Secretary in writing via email by COB Thursday 23rd November 2023.
  • Positions open for election: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Events Coordinator, and General Councillors.
  • Please include the following information:
  • Full name.
  • Position for which you are nominating.
  • Propose and vote on any resolutions:
  • Notice of business is received from any member seeking to move a resolution at the AGM.
  • All statements of business shall be given to the Secretary in writing via email by COB Thursday 23rd November 2023.
  • Receive an update on AIIA SA's operations and finances.
  • Ask questions about the operations and finances.
  • Speak about any items on the agenda.

At the meeting, you will be asked to vote to:

  • Accept reports.
  • Accept the annual financial statements.
  • Elect council members.

The agenda for this meeting will be circulated by COB Friday 24th November 2023.

All proxy appointments shall be given to the Secretary in writing by COB Tuesday 28th November 2023.

Please direct all communications and queries to AIIA SA Secretary Ngoc Lan Tran via email:


Ngoc Lan Tran


AIIA South Australia


Post Hoc

Following the AGM, please stay for a lecture delivered by Dr Priyambudi Sulisyanto from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on the Indonesian Presidential Election 2024. 

Click the following poster to register your ticket! 



Marjoribanks 1.26 Santos Lecture Theatre
North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Entry from Nexus 10, The University of Adelaide

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