BAASA has received a grant from Department of Communities and Social Inclusion to run programs for young people.
A total of $12,000 is received YouthConnect grants to run activities addressing the gambling and drinking habits among young people. The activities will be run in coordination with Anglicare SA.
One of the major activities of the event will be a theatre show by members of the Bhutanese Youth Group.
BAASA has also received grant from the Salisbury Council for Yuba Sansar radio program. The grant amounting $980 will be used towards meeting the cost of content generation. Yuba Sansar has appealed the community members to contribute for paying the radio access fees of $61 per week.
BAASA and STTARS have been running programs on raising awareness on civil rights and responsibilities among Bhutanese community members. As part of the program, community members attended workshop sessions on civil rights and responsibilities as citizen, legal rights, discriminations and justice system among other issues.
Community members also visited South Australian parliament and Magistrate Court to learn about political system and court procedures.