2018 Premier’s Harmony Dinner nominations open

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Members of the community who strive to maintain harmony and peace in NSW are being encouraged to nominate for the 2018 Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals.

Minister for Multiculturalism Ray Williams today announced the opening of the nomination process for the Medals and Multicultural Honour Roll.

“I want to encourage people to nominate the multicultural champions in our community, who work hard to make NSW peaceful and harmonious,” Mr Williams said.

“The Medals are an important opportunity to celebrate the remarkable achievements and personal stories of the individuals who have devoted themselves to our local community.”

The Medals honour the significant achievements of community members in the categories of community harmony, youth, lifetime community service, human rights, arts and culture, regional communities, and economic participation.

At the Premier’s Harmony Dinner, the NSW Government will also announce new members of the Multicultural Honour Roll, a permanent public record recognising exemplary posthumous service to NSW.

Nominations close Monday 29 January 2018. More information about eligibility and the Community Medals are available at:http://multicultural.nsw.gov.au/awards/premiers_multicultural_community_medals/

Tickets for the 2018 Premier’s Harmony Dinner are available at: http://multicultural.nsw.gov.au/awards/multicultural_march/premiers_harmony_dinner/

 

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