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A glimpse into the identity of a few NZ leaders #myidentity

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In March 2018, the Superdiversity Centre, NZ Asian Leaders, SUPERdiverse WOMEN and the Ministry for Women will launch the #myidentity campaign – an inclusive initiative to increase acceptance of the diverse identities of New Zealanders to grow this country’s social […]

Mai Chen in Nation Dates publication

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Mai Chen, Managing Partner of Chen Palmer Partners and Chairperson of the Superdiversity Centre, was interviewed by Wendy McGuiness for the third edition of Nation Dates. “Diversity is not a gender or an ethnicity. We all have a gender, an […]

COMET Auckland awarded the CQ Tick

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On 4 October 2017, Mai Chen (Chair of the Superdiversity Centre) presented COMET Auckland with their CQ Tick. COMET Auckland is a council controlled organisation of Auckland Council and also an independent Charitable Trust. COMET Auckland undertook the CQ Survey […]

How important is voting for the Kiwi-Indian community?

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Published on the Indian Weekender The Kiwi-Indian community could be a significant departure and a welcome oasis within an otherwise barren landscape of ‘migrant non-voting’ in this country. Voting and participating in the electoral process is not considered as one […]

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