Nepalese Australian Democratic Forum (NADF) was established on 28th September 1998 in Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia as a non-profit based social organization. NADF supports democracy and its values and practices.
It has been registered with NSW Department of Fair Trading since 5 May 2000.
NADF is a non-profit making social organisation based in Sydney with members/representatives in interstates too.
To be a popular social organization between Nepalese people living in Australia who believe in democracy and democratic values and practices.
To extend the unity and mutual co-operation between the Nepalese people residing in Australia and to support democracy and democratic values and practices and human rights in the best way we can.
The goal of this organization is to work for the welfare and in the interest of the entire Nepalese community in Australia regardless of their political faith and sentiments, regardless of their religion, gender, age and occupation.
NADF has always maintained a relationship of brotherhood with all the other Nepalese organizations established in Australia; the joint functions organized by NADF in co-ordination with other Nepalese Organizations in the past can be taken as a burning example of it. NADF is also keen and motivated in organizing talk programmes, interactive information sessions and seminars where people from different sectors and background of the Australian government and non-government organizations are invited and Nepalese community of Australia can interact and exchange their ideas about Nepal, its history, its tradition and culture and democracy, political situation and development of Nepal. NADF believes this would help us introduce our country to the world and identify the possibilities of exchanging ideas, culture, tradition and tourism and business between the two countries.
Constructive feedback and suggestions would be appreciated and responded to. We thank you for all your support and co-operation in helping us to achieve our objectives.