Alexandria Agenda’s team of consultants, and in particular its Managing Director Joseph Camilleri, have provided ongoing advice and support on issues of diversity, education, security and governance to a range of international agencies and community organisations.

They have actively engaged with local councils, the Victorian government, several Federal government departments, governments in Asia and elsewhere, numerous Australian and international think-tanks and research centres. They have served on numerous advisory boards, regularly contributed to public affairs and educational media programs, prepared briefing papers, delivered guest lectures, and convened conferences, forums, and workshops,

Members of the Alexandria Agenda team maintain extensive national and international networks, including through membership or association with a number of Australian and international universities, the Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinets’ Research Institute on Social Cohesion (RIOSC), the Australian Civil Military Centre’s Research Multi Use List (RMUL), the UN Alliance of Civilizations and a wide range of community and religious organisations committed to enhancing intercultural dialogue, in particular the the Victorian Council of Churches, the Jewish-Christian- Muslim Association, the Ethnic Communities Council of Victoria, the Islamic Council of Victoria, the Australian Intercultural Society, the Australian Multicultural Foundation. Alexandria Agenda is able to draw on these and many other national and international networks and to inform the design and delivery of services.