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One Parramatta project wins Jim Samios Memorial Award

All Together Now’s One Parramatta project has been awarded two Building Inclusive Communities Awards!

One Parramatta is a joint winner in the non-government organisation category alongside Lakemba Neighbourhood Centre Project at Canterbury City Community Centre, and is also the overall winner of the 2013 awards taking out the Jim Samios Memorial Award. The awards were presented by NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell.

The Building Inclusive Communities Awards recognise and showcase individuals and groups in New South Wales whose work promotes harmony and understanding of others, and makes a significant contribution in helping to build a diverse and tolerant Australia.

Naturally our team is incredibly honoured and excited to win these two awards! One Parramatta is a unique and ambitious project to reduce racism and has proven results. Due to this recognition of our work, we hope that more businesses and councils come on board and work with us to promote the prevention of racism in Australia.

Remi Luxford, Delphine Vuagnoux and Monty Noble - some of the key people from the One Parramatta project - are presented the Jim Samios Memoral Award by NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell.

Remi Luxford, Delphine Vuagnoux and Monty Noble – some of the key people from the One Parramatta project – are presented the Jim Samios Memoral Award by NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell. Photographer: Effy Alexakis.

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