The Sub-Continent nations have their own individual autonomy, politics, economies, language etc, while sharing in other areas such as history, tradition, and cultural values. In Australia regardless of which of those countries people arrive from, the issues they face here are fundamentally similar and dealt within one system.
ICSA has taken the position of being dedicated collectively to common issues of the Sub-Continent nations regardless of cross-country politics, conflicts religion or orientations.
The Sub-Continent approach allows for development of better quality services that meet broader community needs and rationalizes resources required from third parties through dealing with one Agency.
The Agency does not define the Sub-Continent to a set limit of countries and defines the target demographic as any person with a heritage or relationship with someone from that geographical region and will include anyone that may to have similar cultural needs and attitudes.
The Agency, notwithstanding the target demographic focus will not refuse services regardless of race or heritage, where they can reasonably be provided.
ICSA will work collaboratively on common and local issues in Australia.