Speak out against racism and mobilise against discrimination and injustice during Harmony Week
21 March 2023
Today, 21 March, is the start of what the Australian Government calls “Harmony Week”. This designated week is scheduled for…
Educate for anti-racism, equity and inclusion
22 March 2022
Harmony Week (21–27 March) is an opportunity for schools to honour cultural diversity, with a focus on inclusiveness, respect and…
Harmony Week 2021
14 March 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-racism
5 March 2020
Harmony Day is a time when school communities can unite and promote inclusion.
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination – Harmony Day
21 March 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.