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  • Young Leaders Pilot Programme opens in Auckland

  • Young Leaders Pilot Programme Opens in Auckland

    Rimon Nissan; Zahra Atai; Naima Ali; Fatumata Bah

    Potential leaders of the future met at the Office of Ethnic Affairs on 16 August to celebrate the opening of the 2012-13 Young Leaders Auckland Pilot (YLAP) Programme.

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    The programme is being delivered in partnership with the Ministry of Youth Development and is aimed at building leadership potential and improving knowledge about how to succeed within government.

  • Connecting entrepreneurs

    The Office of Ethnic Affairs demonstrated its new business matching database at the recent Auckland Business Opportunities and Franchise Expo.

    The Expo attracted 3,500 people to the ASB Showground on 10, 11 and 12 August.

  • EPIC NZ database

    Connect with businesses overseas without leaving home!

    Are you a small or medium sized business wanting to connect with other businesses, find specific skills or resource or look at options overseas?

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  • Nominations service

    Image of board meeting

    The Government has an expectation that State sector boards are representative of the diversity and demographic make-up of New Zealand, including ethnicity, gender, age and geographic location.

    The Office of Ethnic Communities maintains a database of suitably qualified people from within our mandated ethnic communities, who want to be considered for appointment to State sector boards, committees and advisory groups. (PDF 175 kb).

  • Play a role in the celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

    The Diamond Jubilee emblem

    Community groups and other organisations in New Zealand are being encouraged to think up ways of celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee taking place this year.

    2012 marks the 60th year since the Queen was crowned and she plays a central role in New Zealand's constitutional arrangements.

  • Latest update from the Office of Ethnic Affairs

    Reporting back from the Alliance of Civilisations forum

    Delegates from around the world, including New Zealand, travelled to the Middle Eastern city of Doha, Qatar in mid December, for the United Nation's Alliance of Civilisations forum.

    These annual meetings began taking place in 2008. The forum aims to galvanize international action against extremism through the forging of international, intercultural and interreligious dialogue and cooperation.

  • EPIC NZ database

  • Director's update - January 2012

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