January, 2010
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NZ Diversity Action Programme registrations for 2010

Many NZ Diversity Action Programme participants have already registered for 2010. You can check online to see whether your organisation has registered.

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United Nations International Remembrance Day for the Holocaust

The UN International Holocaust Remembrance Day is held each year on 27 January, and will be marked by a ceremony at the Jewish Cemetery at Makara, Wellington.

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Waitangi Day

Diversity Action Programme participants have planned a range of events and celebrations to mark Waitangi Day on Feburary 6.

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Race Relations Day

Race Relations Day 2010 on March 21 is coming up and we are compiling a calendar of events and activities being held to celebrate the date.

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Race Relations Report

The Commission is currently finalising its Annual Review of Race Relations for 2009.

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Treaty Debates Series

Te Papa is hosting the Treaty Debate Series 2010.

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Treaty panel discussion and forum

Waikato Museum is hosting a Treaty panel discussion and forum on Te Tiriti Tatou Tatou- the Treaty for all on 28 January.

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International Mother Languages Day

English Language Partners are celebrating both Race Relations Day and International Languages Day with the release of a poster entitled ‘Your mother tongue is a treasure- Use it every day’.

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Rasheed Memorial Trust study circle

The Rasheed Memorial Da’wah Trust have responded to demand for education on the fundamentals of Islam by running an eight week study circle.

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Chinese New Year

February also marks the Lunar New Year and a number of NZ Diversity Action Programme participants are celebrating with festivals and events; the Canterbury Museum is hosting the Qiao Yi Lion Dance. See our website for other events.

Absolutely Pasifika Festival Wellington

The Wellington City Council is hosting the Absolutely Pasifika Wellington festival again this year, on February 13 from 11am- 5pm.

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Outward Bound Multiethnic Leadership Programme

The Outward Bound Trust of NZ is running its annual Southern Cross multiethnic course for young Aucklanders of Māori, Pākehā, Pacific, and other ethnic communities.

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The NZ Chinese Association Leadership and Development Conference

The NZ Chinese Association Leadership and Development Conference is happening this weekend.

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Museum exhibitions

Diversity Action Programme participants have a range of exhibitions planned for the New Year.

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