Educate for anti-racism, equity and inclusionMarch 22, 2022
Harmony Week (21–27 March) is an opportunity for schools to honour cultural diversity, with a focus on inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone in our communities.
Harmony Week 2021March 14, 2021
Harmony Week celebrates multiculturalism and diversity in Australia – a time to share our cultural heritage, practices, beliefs, identities and languages.
Harmony Day an opportunity to promote anti-racismMarch 05, 2020
Harmony Day is a time when school communities can unite and promote inclusion.
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – Harmony DayMarch 21, 2018
The 21st March takes its rise from the Sharpeville massacre that took place during Apartheid South Africa which occurred on this date in 1960. This saw a military response to a civil rights movement and since that date has been acknowledged as the day that freedom from racial discrimination is maintained as a human right.
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