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Media, Culture and Society: A critical introduction: Culture and Society Associations
To developed an understanding of theories of communication and media that explain the impact and effects of media on society
Pakistan Cultural Association is a non-profit effort in Australia to keep the Pakistani Culture alive. Our basic aims include;
- To portray, protect and promote Pakistani Culture.
- Develop a better understanding
of Pakistani and Muslim cultures among broader Australian communities.
- Broadcast Urdu language radio programs twice weekly.
- Organised exhibitions, other events and forums with the aim to foster goodwill and friendship between Australians and Pakistani Australians from all walks of life, including youth and women.
established since 1932, is a non-political, non-sectarian, cultural and educational organization of residents of Cambridgeshire. We serve the community in several ways. We invite scholars, politicians, poets,
artists and other dignitaries from various disciplines to meet and share their arts, knowledge and experience with the local community. We also arrange cultural exhibitions, festivals and celebrate remembrance days to introduce and demonstrate cultural heritage to our members. We also arrange educational, sports and recreational activities especially for children and women. To reduce social isolation and promotion of peace, harmony, tolerance, unity and community cohesion in a multicultural society are our prime objectives in all activities.
Build understanding, friendship and trust between various cultural groups in the local community and the wider world.
. Address environmental and human rights issues in concerts and festivals and in depth at forums, symposiums and testimony events.
Network with like minded individuals and organisations.