Events

  • EthnicA 2014 Conference - Wellington

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    Building a Stronger New Zealand

    Join us as we celebrate the contributions that people of many ethnicities are making to build a more inclusive and economically sustainable New Zealand.

    The 2014 EthnicA conference programme will feature ethnic leaders and professionals whose success is built on their ability to "walk in two worlds". Hear also from emerging young ethnic leaders about the New Zealand they are working to create and be challenged to consider your own 'right to lead'.

  • EthnicA 2014 Conference - Christchurch

    Image of drums

    Building a Stronger New Zealand

    Join us as we celebrate the contributions that people of many ethnicities are making to build a more inclusive and economically sustainable New Zealand.

    The 2014 EthnicA conference programme will feature ethnic leaders and professionals whose success is built on their ability to "walk in two worlds". Hear also from emerging young ethnic leaders about the New Zealand they are working to create and be challenged to consider your own 'right to lead'.

  • EthnicA 2014 Conference - Hamilton

    Image of drums

    Building a Stronger New Zealand

    Join us as we celebrate the contributions that people of many ethnicities are making to build a more inclusive and economically sustainable New Zealand.

    The 2014 EthnicA conference programme will feature ethnic leaders and professionals whose success is built on their ability to "walk in two worlds". Hear also from emerging young ethnic leaders about the New Zealand they are working to create and be challenged to consider your own 'right to lead'.

  • Young Leaders Programme

    The Young Leaders Programme aims to build leadership potential and improve knowledge on how to succeed within government for young people. Successful candidates will join a diverse team of 60 young people from around New Zealand to engage in training opportunities over nine months.

  • Ethnic Leaders Forum - Programme - 1st June 2013

    Saturday 1st June 2013

    Peppers Clearwater Golf Club Resort
    Clearwater Avenue
    Christchurch 8051

  • Nimba and Moringa Dance

    Photograph of the Nimba and Moringa Dance troupe

    Nimba & The Moringa Dancers is a collaboration between a local African drumming group and African dance troupe.  Nimba is a mountain on the border of Guinea and Cote D'Ivoire, and Moringa is a vessel that carries water to dry places.

  • The elephant in the room – leading ethnic diversity in the workplace

    This session will focus on the latest evidence-based information on leadership competencies and ethnic diversity management in the workplace.  We will explore real-time experiences with three executive managers in New Zealand.

  • Nice Pisan Angklung Group

    Nice Pisan Angklung Group

    The Nice Pisan Angklung Group was founded in 2012, consisting of Indonesian Wellingtonians. Angklung is an Indonesian musical instrument consisting of two to four bamboo tubes suspended in a bamboo frame, bound with rattan chords. The Angklung performance is closely related to traditional customs, arts and cultural identity in Indonesia.

  • Ji Ye Sung

    Ji Ye Sung

    Ji Ye Sung is an 18-year-old tertiary student studying communication and media arts at Unitec in Auckland.  She appeared on New Zealand’s Got Talent in 2012 and performed her own composition ‘Ching Chong’.  She wrote the song during her exam break and has performed at various events, both big and small. She loves to write comedic songs (especially race-related songs) and likes to make people laugh.

  • How Obama won using digital and social media

    Eva-Maria Salikhova

    Do you want to crawl, walk, run or ride the social media wave?  Discover how to use social media to attract and engage with your customers.