Esperanto was created to promote harmony between people of different languages
and cultures. Let's celebrate it!
This project supports AEA's aims of promoting Esperanto while developing
solidarity and esteem for peoples of all cultures.
Visit the Harmony Day site
What we are doing is:
1. Creating worthwhile and newsworthy events to celebrate:
a. Harmony Day/Week on March 21st every year.
b. Universal Children’s Day in October
Two important dates to keep in mind are Feb 4th- the first date to register an activity for publication- and April, time
to apply for funding.. (up to about$50,000)... for next year's program.
We can get help with financing Harmony Day
celebrations from the “ Living in Harmony” Grants Program. These grants are given to:
1. promote harmony between people and groups
from different backgrounds in the local community; and
2. build on positive values held by many people in
the community - social harmony, acceptance of others, commitment to Australia, helping in times of crisis, fairness and equality.
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