Living in Harmony Federal Project 2004
The 'Living in Harmony Project 2004' was successful in its aims to minimise the effects of religious intolerance and racism and maximise the benefits of cultural diversity for young people in the Darling Downs community. Young people together with leaders from local churches and other community groups worked together to produce a number of discussion forums, a seminar, a Harmony Day video and a topical website.
The project featured a number of community-oriented activities including Harmony Day, Recreation Day and Islamic Open Day.
Photos of project activities.
For more information please contact William Conwell, Manager, Multicultural Centre on +61 7 4631 1678.