The ARA is there to support re-enactors to enjoy their hobby whether you are:
The ARA offers members, event organisers and the public, advice and guidance on such things as performance and display safety and the reasonable presentation of historical accuracy in recreational re-enactment activities.
The ARA provides services such as public liability insurance for a wide range of re-enactment activities to help support independent groups and individuals to pursue their unique re-enactment interests in the manner that best suits each individual and group.
The ARA also acts to represent members’ interests in areas such as legislation that affects re-enactment activities.
A printable document is available on the Documents page that covers this topic in detail.
This Code of Conduct applies to all ARA members including Guests. ARA policies and Procedures can provide further details on specific requirements and practices.
Breaches of this code may result in disciplinary action.
The points outlined in this code are provided to demonstrate the behaviours required for the underlying values of the ARA.
ARA Members are expected to comply with the letter, spirit and intent of the ARA Constitution, By Laws, Code of Conduct, Policies and Practices and relevant legislation.
The ARA Committee is committed to this Code of Conduct and undertakes to lead by example.