Growing great leaders has been central to the Office of Ethnic Affairs in 2013 - 2014.
Members of New Zealand’s Indian community, gathered from around the country, met at Parliament’s Grand Hall on Wednesday 28 October 2014 to celebrate the Indian festival of Diwali.
The Auckland Regional Migrant Services Charitable Trust is calling for applicants to its Trust Board. The deadline is Monday 3 November.
Inspiring, encouraging and empowering ethnic women to take up leadership roles is an important path to creating greater diversity amongst decision-makers.
“Global perspectives and intercultural competency are the ‘must have’ skill sets for tomorrow’s leaders like you”, Berlinda Chin, Director of the Office of Ethnic Affairs.
Are you or have you worked as a telephone interpreter within the last five years? A researcher from Auckland University of Technology is interested in your experiences in working as an telephone interpreter.
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Seventy-five years ago, 244 Chinese women and their 239 children arrived in New Zealand as refugees from a war-torn homeland, Guangdong, China.
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