MNZ urges the Government to implement recommendations from Royal Commission on Mosque attacks Multicultural New Zealand (MNZ) welcomes the recommendations from the Royal Commission of Inquiry into the March 15th Christchurch Mosque attacks and urges the government to implement them thoughtfully and ... Keep Reading
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The multicultural communities of New Zealand Aotearoa have come together and contributed toward putting an 8 point proviso together to guide politicians and incoming Government. The voices of these communities have gone unheard and underrepresented in past elections and government decisions. We have put in hard mahi (work) to ensure their... Keep Reading
MULTICULTURAL NEW ZEALAND PRESS RELEASECOMMUNITY LEADERS CALL FOR NZ TO UNITE AGAINST RACISMThe leaders of New Zealand’s ethnic communities are calling on New Zealanders to stand by them in the face of unprecedented racist online and on land attacks in the wake of COVID-19.“This is a scary time for all of us but some New Zealanders are. Keep Reading
25 May 2020 Multicultural New Zealand advocates for covid-related industry gaps to be filled by unemployed New Zealanders before opening up borders and workforce to returning migrantsThe covid-19 outbreak has swiftly and drastically changed New Zealand’s economic and social landscape. Industries such as tourism, hospitality and arts &... Keep Reading
Holy Ramadan to everyone ! Hope you all stay well during the Ramadan month, and enjoy being with your whānau/family and play safe (some practical tips attached – many thanks to the contributors/translators Keep Reading
12 May 2020 The Government has announced that New Zealand can safely move out of Alert Level 3 at 11.59pm on Wednesday 13 May. Until then, we're still at Alert Level 3, and all Alert Level 3 guidance and restrictions apply. Cabinet has decided to phase in some aspects of Alert Level 2 in order to manage the risk of stepping down Alert... Keep Reading
A children’s picture book about an Afghan refugee’s first experience￼s in New Zealand. Ali is a newly arrived refugee from Afghanistan and he miss understands the concept of “footy” in His first day at New Zealand school. Check it out and support our local kiwi teenagers and it’s a great education resource for... Keep Reading