On 19 March 2021, we held our first face-to-face event in more than a year. The purpose of the event was to celebrate migrant and refugee women in Western Australia and to provide them an opportunity to meet and greet with our chair, Nyadol Nyuon, over morning tea.
Nyadol Nyuon—the new chair of Harmony Alliance—participated in #TogetherWeRise webinar hosted by White Ribbon Australia as part of National Unity Week.
Year 2019-2020 has been a big year for the Harmony Alliance; we have expanded our networks, strengthened our policy and advocacy work, and took new leaps in our collective achievements.
Harmony Alliance and Jesuit Refugee Service Australia (JRS) jointly hosted a stakeholder consultation on the rights of women and girls seeking asylum.
Harmony Alliance has conducted consultations with our members and external stakeholders on the issue of domestic and family violence against CALD women with disabilities
Harmony Alliance unequivocally condemns the rise of racism against multicultural communities in Australia in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We provide leadership and professional development opportunities to our members to help them achieve their goals and ambitions.
Harmony Alliance is pleased to announce the launch of our latest initiative, Harmony Empowers: Informed and Inspired.
We are proud to announce that we launched our Reflect Reconciliation Action Plan on 22 October 2019 at the Melbourne Town Hall.
On June 18, Harmony Alliance Chair, Maria Dimopoulos, and Member, Malini Raj, Head of Strategy, Multicultural Community Banking for Commonwealth Bank, were pleased to host a Women’s Financial Wellbeing Event and Panel Discussion in Melbourne. This was a collaboration between Harmony Alliance and the Commonwealth Bank. Thank you to all those who attended and engaged in this important discussion!