Advice

  • Ethnicity Matters - a guide to working with ethnic communities

    Anjena and Chamain Singh from Waikato

    This is a guide intended to help public sector organisations work with and respond to the needs of ethnic communities.

    It provides simple, easy and practical advice for policy staff about how to incorporate ethnic perspectives into the work of government. 

     Ethnicity Matters (PDF 524kb)

  • Useful resources

    Contents

    Reports

    Survey of social enterprise in New Zealand

    In 2012, the Department of Internal Affairs surveyed a range of organisations and individuals working in social enterprise in New Zealand.  The purpose of the survey was to get a clearer sense of the

    Family violence - advice and help in other languages

    Speak Up, Seek Help, Safe Home - a guide about family violence in 8 languages.

  • Cited resources

    Articles

    Bloom, P (2009) “Overcoming Consumption Constraints Through Social Entrepreneurship,” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing, 28 (Spring), 128–34.

  • The Chinese New Settlers Services Trust

    Chinese New Settlers Service Trust (CNSST) was founded in 1998 in an Auckland garage by a group of recent migrants. CNSST is registered as a charitable trust that aims to help Asian migrants settle successfully in New Zealand. CNSST currently has branches in Auckland and Wellington.

  • The Paladin Project and the InsideOut Project

    The Paladin Project logo

    The Paladin Project Charitable Trust was established in 2011. The Trust uses a mixture of grants and charitable donations to provide workplace training to people with learning disabilities. in 2012, the Trust decided on a goal of working toward financial independence and established a social enterprise; the InsideOut Project.