Multicultural NSW exists to build and maintain a cohesive and harmonious multicultural society that enriches the lives of all people in NSW. it is driven by three key principles: engage with all sections of society and break down barriers to participation; enable equitable access to services and programs; and enrich social and economic capacity through cultural diversity as an asset of our state.
Through its enabling Act, Multicultural NSW promotes the equal rights and responsibilities of all the people of New South Wales where individuals share a commitment to New South Wales and Australia, diversity is regarded as an asset, and english is the common language.
This calendar is not a totally comprehensive list of all days of religious observance, but is a guide for employers and managers to assist them in accommodating the need of employees.
View the 2019 guide here »
If you have any questions about Multicultural NSW we would love to hear from you.
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