Multicultural Awards and Events
Celebrating cultural diversity through our Multicultural Awards and Events
Multicultural Honour Roll
The Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals and Honour Roll pay tribute to the many outstanding people who have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to promote social cohesion and harmony in NSW.
The Multicultural Honour Roll is a permanent public record of the outstanding contribution of people of from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. This posthumous recognition marks the legacy of community leaders who have made a lasting contribution to the community in New South Wales that extends beyond their passing.
NSW Premier’s Multicultural Communications Awards
The NSW Premier’s Multicultural Communications Awards (PMCAs) recognise excellence in the multicultural media and marketing industries.
They acknowledge the important role that marketing, and media professionals play in communicating to diverse audiences across NSW. They also honour innovative and creative marketing agencies and campaigns that inspire social cohesion and community harmony through print, radio, television, and digital media channels.
NSW Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals
The Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals and Honour Roll pay tribute to the many outstanding people who have worked tirelessly behind the scenes to promote social cohesion and harmony in our state of NSW.
These medals recognise the significant contribution of businesses and people leaders across diverse sectors including community service, youth, business, not-for-profit, local government, arts and culture, regional community service (areas outside the greater metropolitan area of Sydney), sport, language services and human rights.
NSW Premier Harmony Dinner
Join us in honouring the past, celebrating the present, and building a brighter future together at the 2024 Premier’s Harmony Dinner.
The heart of the night lies in honouring the outstanding recipients of the Premier’s Multicultural Community Medals and inductees of the Multicultural Honour Roll. These exceptional individuals have played an instrumental role in shaping our harmonious society.
Who is eligible for a multicultural award or medal?
Award and medal categories each have their own specific eligibility criteria. Please ensure you read through the criteria and choose the most fitting category for your nomination.
How do I submit a nomination for a multicultural award or medal?
Multicultural NSW houses its awards program on AwardForce, here. You will need to register an account with AwardForce to submit a nomination.
How many nominations can I submit for multicultural awards or medals?
There is not a limit to the number of nominations you can make. Submit your nomination via AwardForce and ensure you answer every question within the category you are nominating.
If I submitted a nomination in a previous year, do I have to resubmit for this year?
Yes. You must submit a new nomination each year that has up to date information.
How are the recipients of multicultural awards and medals decided?
An independent judging panel reviews all entries and scores against category selection criteria.