diversity and inclusion

  • This year, A Taste of Harmony is providing all of our event hosts the opportunity to win a trip to beautiful Singapore!

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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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  • The cultural diversity of Metro South Health’s patient base is reflected in its staff, with approximately one third of employees having been born overseas. So, it made perfect sense that this organisation was motivated to take part in A Taste of Harmony!

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  • The Centre for Multicultural Youth (CMY) is an organisation focused on supporting young people from refugee and migrant backgrounds and helping them to become connected, empowered and influential Australians.

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  • 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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  • 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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