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This was a powerpoint presentation that year 10 student Irrawang High student, Tabatha submitted in our Harmony Day Competition. Our Harmony Day concert opened with this presentation. The background …

This was a powerpoint presentation that year 10 student Irrawang High student, Tabatha submitted in our Harmony Day Competition. Our Harmony Day concert opened with this presentation. The background music was Vanessa Amorossi's "Absolutely Everybody".

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  • 1. HARMONY
    DAY
    2011
  • 2. Everyone Belongs
  • 3. Edited (by me) on Picnik
  • 4.
  • 5. Harmony Day began in 1999 and since then schools, businesses, community groups and sports organizations have held more than 25000 Harmony Day events.  
    The message for Harmony Day this year is that Everyone Belongs, which means ALL people are a welcome part of our country, regardless of their background or religion. It's also about inclusion, community participation and respect – celebrating the different cultures that make Australia a great place to live.
     
  • 6. All cultures coming together as one
  • 7. AT WORK AND PLAY WE ALL BELONG IN THIS GREAT WIDE WORLD
  • 8.
  • 9. I’m no different, I am just the same
  • 10. Many people
    One world
  • 11. HARMONY DAY!!!!
    ONE DAY TO CELEBRATE CULTURAL DIVERSITY.....
  • 12. BUT,
    We should do it everyday!!!
  • 13. A group of Indian children, gathered on the beach
  • 14. A child’s artwork, representing harmony day.
  • 15. “Everybody needs a one true friend,someone who will be there til’ the very end”.
    Best friends Jye Uren & Marc Hodgson, Yr 10
  • 16. Aboriginal women and a young child
  • 17. NO MATTER WHO,
    NO MATTER WHERE,
    EVERYBODY BELONGS
  • 18. Harmony Day is celebrated around Australia on 21 March each year. It's a day for us all to celebrate our cultural diversity.
    This is also the United Nation's International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination.
  • 19. Victorian Students Celebrate Harmony Day
  • 20. Traditional Dancing
  • 21. THEY ALL CALL AUSTRALIA HOME*
    “Australia is the far off island
    that saves people from their troubling lands
    once people come
    they call Australia home
    Some of them are new
    the old ones are quite a few
    though they speak various mother tongues
    they have their specific Australian accents
    Though they bring over different heritages
    they offer Australia distinct leverage
    though Australia puts on some weight
    their hands together lift this island from sinking
    Their diversity is like their Mother’s gravity
    they are pulling everyone together
    ever since they come
    they call Australia home.”
    *Inspired by the article “Why I call Australia home”,
    by PinoSaccaro, Sydney Morning Herald 26/1/98
  • 22. “Every boy and girl,”
  • 23. “Every woman and child”
  • 24. “Every father and son.”
  • 25. Since the end of World War II in 1945, more than six and a half million migrants have made Australia their home.
     Around 45 percent of Australians were born overseas or have at least one parent that was born overseas.
    People from over 200 countries make up the Australian community.
     The top ten countries of migration to Australia are:
    United Kingdom 2. New Zealand
    3. China 4. Italy
    5.Vietnam 6. India
    7.Philippines 8. Greece
    9.Germany 10.South Africa
     
    Australians practice more than 100 religions including Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Judaism.
      
    Apart from English the most common languages spoken in Australia are Spanish, Italian, Vietnamese, Arabic, Cantonese and Mandarin.
     
  • 26. Everyone Belongs, absolutely everybody
  • 27.
  • 28. I hope you all enjoyed my presentation =)
  • 29. By Tabatha Tyne Year 10
  • 30. Even these guys belong

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