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Have your say in your way during Harmony Week (Council Led Event)

22/03/2023 - Hurstville Library

Come down to the Hurstville Library to celebrate Harmony Week and to learn how you can participate in shaping our community. 

Take the opportunity to express your thoughts and ideas in your own unique way. Whether you’re an artist, parent, worker, migrant, student, or just passionate about making a difference, this is your chance to bring attention to the important issues that matter to you. 

Don’t feel limited by traditional methods of participation – get creative and find new ways to express yourself. As part of Council’s Social Justice Charter launch, we will have activities to help you find a way to have your say in a way that feels authentic and true to you including vox pops, badge making, media and art making activities. 

Learn about Council’s Multicultural Reference Group, Access and Inclusion Reference Group, and Your Say platform and explore how you can get involved in building a better future for Georges River. 

This is the first of four events at Hurstville Library designed to help you shape the priorities of Council’s Social Justice Charter Action Plan. Each event will provide the opportunity to share your views and experience in relation to one of the four principles of the Charter including participation, equity, respect, and empowerment. 

During Harmony Week, we’ll be focusing on the principle of participation: 

  • Why is participation in community life important to you? 
  • What barriers to participation exist in your community? 
  • How can Council communicate opportunities to participate more effectively? 
  • ​How can Council make it easier for you to participate in events and opportunities? 

Wednesday 22 March 2023



Hurstville Library
Corner Queens Road and Dora Street, Hurstville.


4.00pm - 5.30pm 




Whilst bookings are not required for this event, to assist with preparations please register online.

More information

Please contact Heidi Bradburn on (02) 9330 9354 or email the Community Capacity Building team.

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