• 2016 Auckland Migrant Entrepreneur Forum

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    Chinese New Settlers Services Trust (CNSST) successfully organised the 2016 Auckland Migrant Entrepreneur Forum on 25 August in West Auckland. The forum was part of Whau Migrant Business Support Programme (WMBS). Through engaging with the local migrant business community in the Whau, the programme aims to improve service delivery and support the migrant business community to establish and grow.

  • Minister Addresses the Maori, Pacific and Ethnic Support Network Forum

    Image of the Minister for Ethnic Communities Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga along with the Maori and Ethnic support network

    On 5 August at Nga Hau E Wha Marae, the Honourable Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga gave a moving keynote address to Canterbury District Police staff and Māori and Ethnic elders on the occasion of the first Māori, Pacific and Ethnic Support Network Forum Hui in Christchurch.

    The Minister strongly encouraged the New Zealand Police to continue its efforts to promote diversity within its ranks in order to reflect the demographics of New Zealand society, increase its community engagement capability and realise its public commitment to the values of diversity and inclusion.

  • Eliminating the Yeah Nahs - Keeping it Clear for those new to New Zealand

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    For those new to New Zealand the quality of the information they receive as they settle into their new lives here can make all the difference as to whether they stay in New Zealand or take their skills elsewhere.

    Immigration New Zealand has produced a new online guide “Keeping it Clear” to help organisations present their information to newcomers in a way that it is easily understood.

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