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There are downloadable posters and social media infographics available on the website that you can use to publicise your event, as well as an attendance tool through the registration platform. If there are any other resources that you need, please email at

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 Yes! To have your event recognised as being a part of the National Unity Week campaign you should register it via the website. By registering your event you’ll receive help publicising your event, you’ll be able to track and communicate with your attendees and thank them after your event has finished!
1- Decide which style of event you want to throw! (Walk, Play, Eat, Learn)
2- Set a date, time and location.
3- Register your event by heading to
4- Publicise the event (check out our downloadable resources!) and invite your friends and community by asking them to register via the event!)
5- Take photos and use the hashtags #NationalUnityWeek #WalkTogether #EatTogether #LearnTogether #PlayTogether so we can keep up with what you’re doing!
Not at all, if you want to hold a welcome event at your house with your friends and family, you can simply mark your event as private when you register. We’ll know you’re holding an event and we’ll be able to communicate with you, though we won’t share the details of your event with anyone else.
There are so many types of events that you could hold at your school! If you want to #PlayTogether you could hold a teachers vs students sports tournament, or have a school band perform songs from around the world. If you wanted to #EatTogether you could hold a shared lunch in your classroom where everyone brings a dish that their family cooks! You could hold language lessons or watch international movies if you want to #LearnTogether or you could even hold a multicultural costume parade through your school grounds as a #WalkTogether. 
Of course! You can search for events happening in your community on the website- find one you find interesting and register your attendance through the event page. 


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