Celebrating Harmony Week at the University of Newcastle
Harmony Day is held around Australia on 21 March each year to celebrate our success as a diverse society. The focus of Harmony Day is to build social cohesion through the promotion of Respect, Participation and a sense of Belonging.
In 2013, the Harmony Day theme 'Many Stories - One Australia' recognises that Australia is a land of diversity. We have come from more than 200 countries around the world to become part of the story of this great country. The theme encourages people to share their story to help us learn about and understand each other.
The University of Newcastle recognises Harmony Day by providing a week of inclusive on-campus events designed to celebrate the rich diversity of our staff and students. From 18 to 21 March join in the celebrations held at our Callaghan, Ourimbah, City and Sydney Campuses.
Harmony Week at the University of Newcastle is proudly brought to you by The International Office, the Equity and Diversity Unit , English Language and Foundation Studies Centre, UoN Services, NUSA, NUPSA , Chaplaincy Service, ResLife Accommodation Service and the Wollotuka Institute.