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A Taste of Harmony is an opportunity to celebrate your workplace’s cultural diversity. It is free to participate, easy to organise and there are multiple ways to get involved. Join over 10,000 other workplace teams, big and small, city or remote who will all be taking part in recognising their cultural diversity.
  • How It Works?

    Would you like to learn more about A Taste of Harmony and how to take part?
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  • New ways to get involved

    Check out new ways to take part in activities that are safe, easy and enjoyable way!
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  • Celebrate diversity in your workplace

    I am looking forward to hosting A Taste of Harmony to bring everyone together to celebrate different cultures. I will be inviting 60 students and staff to come together and share in a meal in one of our buildings.“A Taste of Harmony is important because it sets aside a special time to celebrate diversity, and while we are working towards respect every day, having a special event to acknowledge difference is important.

    - Flourish Employee

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  • Make your team feel welcomed

    ATOH is a major benefit for team members to know that their heritage and culture is respected and welcomed in their workplace, and that as an organisation we have respect for diversity in an honest and open environment.

    - Alexandra Purser, T&C and Internal Communications Officer

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  • Share stories with your colleagues

    It’s the stories which make A Taste of Harmony so engaging for staff so we always ensure these take centre stage at our events and we seek permission from staff to share them.

    - Diversity and Inclusion consultant, Ashley Samson

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Stories

Food, culture and celebrating workplace cultural diversity
  • New ways to take part in A Taste of Harmony 2021

    A Taste of Harmony is back!   Australia’s biggest celebration of cultural diversity in the workplace is set to return from 15 – 26 March 2021 with more ways than ever to take part!   It has never been more important to recognise the value of cultural diversity in every Australian workplace and create meaningful

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  • New ways for small business to recognise cultural diversity

    Australia’s biggest celebration of cultural diversity in the workplace is set to return from 15 – 26 March 2021 with more ways than ever for small businesses to take part!   When people feel included at work, employee innovation and productivity increases, while absenteeism falls. Yet one in five people experience discrimination in workplaces of

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  • Enter our Early Bird Competition and win $1,000 to treat your team!

    We really appreciate our ‘early bird’ workplaces who let us know ahead of time they will be celebrating A Taste of Harmony. It takes less than a minute to re-register your workplace, or just a few minutes if you are a first-time participant!   This year, for getting in early, we are giving you the

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  • Ideas for non-food events

    If you’ve planned an event but are looking for some activities that don’t involve food, check out these ideas.

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  • William Ross

    At William Ross, every culture is celebrated equally. One way this is achieved is yearly participation in A Taste of Harmony.

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  • Australian Taxation Office

    When Perth Site Coordinator Ken Thomas stumbled upon A Taste of Harmony, he knew he’d found a winning event that would celebrate the cultural diversity of the organisation’s staff in a fun and engaging way.

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  • Arq Group

    Inclusion and belonging are incredibly important to digital services company Arq Group. A Taste of Harmony is a great yearly opportunity to not only celebrate cultural diversity, but also to remind everyone that cultural differences are considered to be a company asset.

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  • Melissa Leong – Learning more about my cultural heritage

    I was always curious about my cultural heritage beyond what I knew about my family being from Singapore, with Chinese ancestry. Growing up in a predominantly white Australian community, with a few Greek and Italian families, I was always fascinated about how far and wide they knew their family tree.

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  • A workplace champion for harmony – Department of Human Services

    The minute you meet Centrelink employee Cuc Lam you are struck by her infectious smile and positive attitude.

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  • My multicultural treasures – Nick Filsell

    We spoke with Head Chef of Treasury 1860, Nick Filsell about his experimentation with food from different cultures and how being exposed to different cultures has evolved his cooking styles and recipes.

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  • The Sweet Life – Liliana Battle

    We spoke with Liliana Battle, about the cultural influences of her dessert recipes her latest book The Sweet Life.

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  • Exploring the culturally diverse cuisine of Melbourne – Himanshi Munshaw Luhar

    We spoke with Himanshi Munshaw Luhar, founder of Foodie Trails, about her cultural heritage and how she started her business exploring the cultural food treasures of Melbourne.

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