Who We Are
Good Neighbours Australia is an Australian non-profit that is part of Good Neighbors, an international humanitarian organisation founded in South Korea in 1991. Good Neighbours has a General Consultative Status from the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC).
We aim to implement projects that promote and protect children’s rights in line with the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). Moreover, we strengthen global partnerships and advocate for human rights in a respectful and effective way, empowering people to achieve self-reliance.
Good Neighbours exists to make the world a place without hunger, where people live together in harmony.
Good Neighbours respects the human rights of our neighbours suffering from poverty, disasters and oppression, helps them to achieve self-reliance and enables them to rebuild hope.
Our mandate is guided by the principles of inclusivity, respect, and dignity.
Through our programs and initiatives, we seek to foster social cohesion, community engagement, and self-reliance. We recognise the importance of building strong networks and collaborations among individuals, communities, and other partners.
By facilitating these connections, we aim to create a supportive ecosystem that enables communities to thrive and overcome the challenges they face.