On Sunday, 17 April 2016, Amity College co-hosted one of the biggest events in its 20 years of establishment: the International Festival of Language and Culture (IFLC). This spectacular event showcased wonderful performances by students from 22 different countries, further highlighting the cultural mosaic of Australia and the world in which we live. Within a matter of a week in which all performers were together they returned home in tears, as they had formed very close bonds with their fellow performers from other countries. IFLC has proven that as humans we can be ‘colour-blind’ – that the colour of our skin does not prevent us from forming friendships and living in peace and harmony. These young performers from all corners of the globe have become our peace ambassadors advocating the peace; harmony and friendship that this world is in dire need of.