Toowoomba will be on display as a model city of peace and harmony next week when ten UNESCO (United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) Ambassadors visit Toowoomba as a part of a peace delegation.
The Ambassadors will be in Toowoomba from the 16 – 18 March to see first-hand how Toowoomba maintains harmony with an increasingly diverse population and to promote the region as a model city for multiculturalism internationally.
Pure Land Learning College Goodwill Committee member Andrew Wielandt said Toowoomba was a perfect example of how a peaceful community can exist and the Goodwill Committee was grateful to have the opportunity to showcase the city to the Ambassadors.
“Toowoomba continues to progress as a model city of peace, harmony and acceptance and we are excited to display this on an international stage with the UNESCO Ambassadors next week,” Mr Wielandt said.
“As a community, we want to show the UNSECO Ambassadors that we are accepting of others beliefs and cultures and truly represent a multicultural city.”
“This visit represents that opportunity for the community to get involved and be a part of our
future as a multicultural city.”