August 2014

Settling In - Applications are now closed

Settling In - Applications are now closed
We would like to thank everybody for their submissions and enquiries. The results of the applications will be published in due course.
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Thanks interpreters … keep up the good work

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ISANA Conference

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The International Education Association ISANA NZ is holding its 2014 Conference “Celebrating Diversity” on Thursday 28th - Friday 29th August with a pre-conference workshop day on Wednesday 27th August.

Wanted: qualified Pacific Island Interpreters

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Census paints detailed picture of ethnic groups – Media release

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The average Dutch person living in New Zealand is more than twice as old as the average Tuvaluan, according to the latest census figures released by Statistics New Zealand today.

NZ Diversity Forum - Christchurch 24 - 25 August 2014

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The Office of Ethnic Affairs will be presenting two sessions at this year’s Diversity Forum. The theme this year is “Migrant and Refugee Employment: valuing diversity”.

Upcoming Interpreter Seminar - New Plymouth

Upcoming Interpreter Seminar - New Plymouth
We are holding a Professional Interpreter development seminar on Wednesday 1st October in New Plymouth. If you would like to know more you or any of your colleagues or friends are interested in attending...
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Upcoming Interpreter Seminar - New Plymouth

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Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Topic:          'Professional Practice'

Minister's Update - July 2014

Eid Mubarak – Blessed Eid to you all. It was wonderful to host Parliamentary Eid celebrations last week with the Prime Minister John Key, Members of Parliament and Muslim New Zealanders from across the country. Celebrating events like Eid at Parliament is a great chance to create better understanding and to show national solidarity and cultural appreciation.