In this section learn about Oral History Australia (OHA): how it operates and what it stands for.
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This OHA overview includes:
- a general description of the organisation
- its aims
This overview of OHA governance arrangements includes:
- details of the OHA national committee and related positions
- a brief biographical summary of our national president
- links to the OHA constitution and how to become a member.
This overview explains that OHA is an umbrella body for six Australian State oral history associations. Anyone seeking to become a member can access a link to their relevant State association.
The page provides the following links to key online pages for each association.