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Monthly acknowledgments from the Race Relations Commissioner for positive contributions to race relations in New Zealand.
Browse recent issues of On The Bright Side
Is designed to keep people informed about what is happening in the Te Mana I Waitangi: Human Rights and the Treaty of Waitangi project and is produced every two months.
Browse recent issues of Whitiwhiti Korero
Email newsletter for trans people and others interested in progressing the Transgender Inquiry’s actions and recommendations.
Browse recent issues of To Be Who I Am
An email newsletter with a focus on the Human Rights issues of disabled people.
Browse recent issues of Manahau: Resilience and Celebration

New Zealand Diversity Action Programme newsletters

The Commission facilitates four networks as part of the Diversity Action Programme. Newsletters are produced for each network monthly.

Aims to connect people and organisations with an interest in media and diversity to improve the reflection and promotion of cultural diversity in the media.
Browse recent issues of Nga Reo Tangata: Media and Diversity Network
Aims to support and publicise groups that undertake interfaith activities, projects and programmes that contribute to religious tolerance, public understanding of religions, and interfaith cooperation for peace, security and harmonious relations.
Browse recent issues of Te Korowai Whakapono: Religious Diversity Network
Seeks to connect refugee communities and people and organisations that work with them by publicising events, projects and activities involving refugees in New Zealand.
Browse recent issues of Te Punanga: Refugee Focus
Aims to connect people and organisations with an interest or practical involvement in language issues, to keep them informed of initiatives and activities concerning languages, and to promote further development of national language policy.

Browse recent issues of Te Waka Reo: National Language Policy


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