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what it stands for, and what its plan for our country!
Navodaya Australia is the formal incorporated association for the CPIM supporters in Australian continent. It is a not for profit and non- religious association. Though it tries to bring together people who upholds left ideas, we will be in the forefront of organizing cultural activities meant for our community.
CPIM is the largest political entity in Kerala, and it has decisive role in the political realm of India. In this changed political scenario, CPIM is proud to be in the vanguard of those forces which defends further advances from communal forces. Kerala is the sole state which is far away from the clutches of ruling front at the centre.
Malayalee's presence is visible across the globe as a result of their never ending quest for migration. CPIM supporters who migrated to foreign countries succeeded in making their presence felt at their respective countries. Their intervention especially in matters pertaining to marginalized sections in Gulf countries is very helpful. Nonresident Malayalees plays a crucial role in the money-order propelled economy of Kerala.
Navodaya takes the responsibility of initiating cultural activities meant for the Malayalee community in Australia. It will also take initiative in
finding out CPIM supporters settled in different parts of Australia. Apart from that it will function in close cooperation with other likeminded associations.
Navodaya will always remain as a strong platform in providing assistance to new migrants to Australia. As Navodaya is a nation wide association, coordinating community activities with larger plan with a central coordination committee.
Navodaya is committed to move forward along with fellow organizations to address the social needs of Malayalees in Australia. Navodaya aims to uphold and promotes the rich cultural and linguistic heritage values of the Malayalee community. Apart from that it will promote mutual cooperation and friendship among all sections of Malayalees and multi cultural Australian communities.