Fried rice, pastizzi irkotta, hummus, baram tteok, pies and sausage rolls ― it was a multicultural smorgasbord when Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, home to a burgeoning SSI Community Hub, celebrated cultural diversity and inclusion during Harmony Week.
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A strong delegation from Settlement Services International (SSI) was among 1,900 people who gathered at Sydney Town Hall on March 14 to urge for real change to housing and energy policies ahead of the NSW and Federal elections.
With the support of Ignite Small Business Start-ups™, Ed Yousef established a catering service — Syriana Traditional Cuisine — that takes Sydneysiders on an authentic journey through the tastes of traditional Syrian food.
The absence of fact-based opinion in Australia’s public discourse risks undermining appreciation of our country’s rich multicultural identity. Amid the inevitable saturation of news and comments on Harmony Day this Thursday, I challenge you to look for the evidence.
Adjusting to a different culture, getting to grips with a new language, learning the value of diversity and making new friends are all top priorities for young refugees, according to three sisters.