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Harmony Day 2017 | Free event

14th February 2017 01:45pm


Dianella Population Health proudly celebrates Harmony Day with an exciting showcase of multicultural performance, food, community presentations and a keynote address by respected curator, consultant, author and activist Tasneem Chopra.


This year, we will feature the achievements of those individuals and groups who have worked with Dianella Health to make Hume an inclusive and welcoming community for everyone.


Held every year on 21 March, Harmony Day coincides with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The message of Harmony Day is ‘everyone belongs’ and aims to engage people to participate in their community, respect cultural and religious diversity and foster sense of belonging for everyone. Dianella Population Health's commitment to working with community to prevent social discrimination and the promotion of diversity was recently recognised by the Victorian Multicultural Commission’s (VMC) Multicultural Awards for Excellence by being Highly Commended in the category of Community Innovation.


With an inspiring keynote address from Tasneem Chopra (Woman of the Year 2013 Australian Muslim Achievement awards; One of the “Top 10 Thinkers” in the Australian Magazine’s Emerging 100 Leaders series), the launch of stories emerging from our work in diversity Our Connected Community - Our Strength, and multicultural catering from the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre included, make sure you register for you and any colleagues or friends before it's too late - tickets are strictly limited.

RSVP by Wednesday 15 March
Registrations essential - book online now

Tuesday 21 March
10am registration/
10.30am start 

2pm concludes

Hume Global Learning Centre Craigieburn
75-95 Central Park Avenue, Craigieburn 

(includes lunch)



A Curator, Consultant and prominent activist, Tasneem Chopra’s passion for addressing social justice issues has embraced many platforms.

Named the Woman of the Year at the 2013 Australian Muslim Achievement awards, Tasneem has previously been listed in the Age Magazine’s 2008 top 100 Melbourne “Movers & Shakers” and in 2009 was listed as one of Australia’s “top 10 thinkers” in the Australian Magazine’s Emerging 100 Leaders series. May 2013 Tasneem Chopra was invited to present at TEDxMelbourne where she spoke to the issue of defeating stereotypes. This mindset has set the benchmark for the trajectory her career has enjoyed to date.