• Neighbourly Morning Tea

    Please join us this Labour Weekend to celebrate New Zealand’s cultural and ethnic diversity and the contribution to our communities made by migrants, new comers and refugees, by hosting a Neighbourly Morning Tea.

    As Neighbourly members we invite you to bring together your neighbours by hosting a Morning Tea to celebrate all cultures that come together to make New Zealand a great society.

  • Diversity Forum

    Image of attendees at the Diversity Forum

    On 1 September 2016 the Human Rights Commission hosted the Diversity forum at Te Papa, Wellington.  The forum explored many avenues within cultural diversity addressing the following questions:

  • 2016 Family day and Moon Festival

    Image of performers at the Family day and Moon Festival

    On Sunday 11 September, the Chinese New Settlers Services Trust (CNSST) held their annual Chinese Moon Festival celebration in Auckland. Also known as the Mid-Autumn Festival, the event is one of the most important holidays in China and is recognised and celebrated by Asian communities around the world. The festival serves as an occasion for friends and family to gather in celebration of the fall harvest and to pray for longevity and good fortune.

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