Welcome to Harmony Week Tasmania

Harmony Week is a state-wide program dedicated to showcasing our differences and acknowledging we all belong.

Planning is underway for 2018 Harmony Week: 18 - 25 March, 2018

Coordinated by the Multicultural Council of Tasmania, in partnership with the Tasmanian Government, Harmony Week builds on national Harmony Day, celebrated on 21 March to coincide with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.

Harmony Week aims to promote unity, understanding and respect for all individuals who call Tasmania home.

Everyone Belongs

The theme for Harmony Week 2017 is ‘everyone belongs'.

The theme is a reminder that Harmony Week is an opportunity for everyone in the community, regardless of difference, to engage and celebrate Australia's diversity.  

Wherever we are, in the workplace, at home or undertaking study we can play a role in promoting the benefits of a culturally rich and tolerant community.

  • Indian Cultural Society-Sunil and Vaishali Gupta
  • Nepali Society of Tasmania-Jeewan Thapaliya
  • Congo Life Foundation-Hermann Mulumba
  • Guru Nanak Society of Tasmania-Satinder Pal Singh and Gagandeep Singh
  • Philippines-Australia Community of Tasmania-Victor and Raquel Folloso
  • Lithuanian Community in Hobart-Merv Kozikas
  • Mariposa Dancers
  • Greek Community of Tasmania-Toula Spiliopoulos Effie Xintaveloni Eleni Haramantas Maria Gavalas
  • Hazara Community in Launceston-Amir Reza and Mohammad Ashouri
  • Slovenian Australian Club-Fred Pribac
  • Hobart Hebrew Congregation-David Clark
  • Fiji Association Australia-Zelah Dutta Nielsen

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