Harmony Week is a celebration of multiculturalism. It’s a week of coming together to show respect for other cultures, a sense of equality and inclusiveness and belonging. This year Harmony Week will be celebrated on and from 21st March to 27th March 2022
How To Celebrate Harmony Week In Early Childhood Services
There are a variety of ways to celebrate Harmony Day within an early childhood service including:
Add welcome signs in different languages - Welcome In Different Languages Posters
Learn how to say hello in different languages - Hello In Different Languages Posters
Learn goodbye in different languages - Goodbye In Different Languages Posters
Show posters of children from different parts of the world - Children Around The World Posters
Learn about the cultures and traditions of families - Harmony Day Parent Input Form
Why does orange represent Harmony Week?
Orange has been the colour of Harmony Week since 1999 when it was open for the first time. Orange stands for two-way social communication. The developments of new ideas, illuminate the sense of oneness and freedom to be ourselves are getting imprinted by the orange colour which are the themes of the event.
Cultural diversity, ethnic diversity, linguistics, different cultures and different religions are being celebrated through Harmony Week. It is a week-long celebration, celebrated throughout the country. It was started in 1999 and became one of the most successful events in Australia. Australia being a successful multicultural country, every year celebrates this event.
For more information: Harmony Week