Harmony Week recognises diversity and brings together Australians from all different backgrounds. It’s on from Monday 20 to Sunday 26 March 2023. To participate, you can wear orange to show your support, or you can attend or even host a Harmony Week event.

Here are some ideas to get you started:

Recipes for Harmony

A love of food is something all people have in common. We all need food to grow and stay healthy. But food in different places and cultures can look and taste quite different.

Why not experience and celebrate diversity with your friends or community through food? The Taste of Harmony recipe collection can help you do that. It has more than 200 ideas for morning tea and lunch events. You can search for recipes by cuisine, sweet or savoury, dietary requirements, or ingredients. Some of the recipes have also come from famous people. You can submit and share a recipe of your own too!

Get more information and ideas on Harmony Week recipes on the Taste of Harmony website.

Resources for Harmony

Harmony Week is all about inclusiveness, respect, and a sense of belonging for everyone. There are lots of resources online that you can use to show your support like:

  •  An event planning kit that includes ideas, tips, and tricks for celebrating Harmony Week
  • An online promotions kit to help you spread the word about your Harmony Week event online and on social media
  • A range of graphics to promote your event or show your support – there are posters, invitations, instaframes, snapchat filters, infographics and web banners for you to explore and use

You can get more information and ideas on the Harmony Week website.

This story is from the March edition of Afford News. Click here to read more.


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