NSW Premier Gladys Berejeklian and the Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams on Thursday (March 16) hosted an amazing dinner that brought people from all different backgrounds in the state together.
ATA-A congratulates Ms Berejeklian, Mr Williams and those who organised this gathering for showing the world the greatness of the state of NSW and its determined dedication to multiculturalism, social cohesion, diversity and inclusiveness.
People from 200 different backgrounds call NSW home and play their part in driving its success. Without tolerance at its core, the state would fail.
The true success of the Harmony Dinner is its ability to unite Australians from different backgrounds during a time when our differences are being used by some to divide us.
Once again, we would like to thank to everyone and every community that makes Australia the great multicultural nation it is.
Hosted by the Hon. Ray Williams, Minister for Multiculturalism, in the presence of the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian MP, Premier of New South Wales, the Premier’s Harmony Dinner is a glittering gala to recognise and celebrate the significant contributions made by our multicultural leaders.
Attended by over a thousand representatives of our diverse State, the evening is a sit down cultural dress or black tie dinner, featuring incredible special performances.
You can read about the winners of this year’s multicultural community medals by clicking here.