Ideas & Inspiration

  • This year, A Taste of Harmony is partnering with the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre’s (ASRC) Feast for Freedom and it is now part of our program of events on offer to participants.   Like A Taste of Harmony, Feast for Freedom is a celebration of good food and great company with recipes gifted to participants More >
  • A headshot of Jock Zonfrillo
    It’s only one week to go until our virtual event featuring Scottish chef and MasterChef Judge Jock Zonfrillo and comedian Nazeem Hussain!   Jock is set to show us (and Naz) how to make his eggplant parmigiana jaffle– you can even cook-along, or you can simply watch and enjoy.   Jock and Naz will be More >
  • The annual Christmas party is one of the most anticipated events on the social calendar for businesses. But what happens if you work in a team that includes people from different cultures, including some who don’t celebrate Christmas? How can you make everyone feel included?   The team at A Taste of Harmony, in collaboration

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  • A Taste of Harmony invites workplace teams to get together over morning tea or lunch to try different foods and share stories about their cultural background.  Events can be held physically or virtually and don’t need to be fancy!   In light of COVID-19, we are encouraging all workplaces to ensure any A Taste of

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  • Australia’s biggest celebration of cultural diversity in the workplace is set to return from 14 – 25 March 2022 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 all

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  • 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 chance

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  • 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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  • 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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  • As one of the most multicultural cities in all of metropolitan Melbourne, The City of Whittlesea has been taking part in A Taste of Harmony for over 10 years!

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  • At gold mining company Newmont, A Taste of Harmony has become the stand-out event of the year. This year, there was a queue out the door as employees eagerly lined up to share food, traditions and stories in a celebration of culture.

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  • Every A Taste of Harmony event is different and Multicultural Affairs, within the Department of Local Government, Racing and Multicultural Affairs, has provided a great example of how it can help strengthen existing workplace initiatives.

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