MIA turns academic research into knowledge accessible to the public. Workshop on Indian, Nepali, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Sri Lankan cultures were organized between 2013 and 2016, with 70 individuals receiving training as Cultural Trainers, and over 3,000 students and teachers attended our multimedia school presentations. In 2016 the community outreach program FUN with Interculturalism was launched. It has trained over 40 volunteers and reached over 10,000 members of the public through a bilingual Exhibition and a South Asian Sports Program. Some of the community events we joined included the World No Tobacco Day 2016 and the UNESCO 5th Peacemakers' Cultural Celebration.