This edition promotes the upcoming September 2022 CCIG webinars and several news items.
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The Ministry of Ethnic Communities has launched their strategy to guide their work programme between 2022 and 2025 with the aim to promote and celebrate the value of ethnic diversity and the richness it brings in all facets of society and culture.
Immigration New Zealand has established the Refugee Advisory Panel to help support the government decision-makers and policy developers on matters impacting refugees in New Zealand.
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The Creative Unlimited Collective with its collaborating partners is presenting an online panel to discuss the topic "Religion as patriarchal control - justifying gendered violence".
Immigration New Zealand is calling for help to improve how refugees, migrants and Pacific people are resettled in New Zealand.
Immigration New Zealand 2022-23 annual quota refugee intake will include the following ethnicities: Afghan, Colombian, Myanmar – Rohingya, Pakistani, Syrian, DRC & Congo, Eritrean, and Somali.
Immigration New Zealand has updated their process from registrations and applications to assessment, approval, accommodation plan, ongoing support, orientation, family’s arrival, preparation and flights.
Theme: Refugee Journeys: celebrating diversity, participation and future thinking Hosted by: The Auckland University of Technology, Migrant and Refugee Health Research Centre Keynote speaker: Helen Clark, former Prime Minister of New Zealand.
Early bird registrations extended until Friday 12th August.
Counties Manukau Health (CM Health), now known as Te Whatu Ora Counties Manukau, identified the need for this document before the announcement of the disestablishment of the District Health Boards (DHBs) to form the current health system, now known as Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand.
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) contracts community-based providers to deliver settlement support services to quota refugees following their arrival in settlement locations around the country.
Health Navigators have made available a series of health information videos in New Zealand Sign Language.