Frequently Asked Questions
How can I promote my local event?
Make sure you register your event on the Harmony Tasmania website to be included in the program of events. Your event will be displayed on the website and will also be promoted through our networks.
I’m interested in hosting A Taste of Harmony event. Do you provide resources?
A Taste of Harmony is a national campaign hosted by the Scanlon Foundation. Workplaces, classrooms and other shared environments can all participate in an event. To receive promotional items make sure you register your workplace here.
We are organising an activity but it is private. Do I need to register the event?
If your school is involved in an activity or event we would be interested in learning more about it. You can gain material from the national Harmony Day website and register your event privately through Harmony Tasmania.
I want to find out more about a particular community and or culture. Are you able to provide Tasmanian specific information?
The Multicultural Council of Tasmania is able to link you to communities and direct you to the most relevant information on settlement and migration to Tasmania. Please send through your request to email@example.com or phone 61709196.
I need assistance finding caterers and entertainment. Do you have a list of suggestions?
We encourage the use of caterers and entertainers specific to your local area. If you require assistance please contact our office or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can provide suggestions.
I need help contacting the media? What do I need to do?
If your school, workplace or community is hosting an activity and would like to inform the media our office can help assist you with the process. You can email email@example.com or phone 61709196. The Harmony Week toolkit also provides tips on how to promote your event.
I want to host A Taste of Harmony event. Is there fundraising involved in this activity.
All participation in this event is free. The national campaign encourages discussion around cultural diversity in Australia and the benefits of creating inclusive environments.