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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?

News articles

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 […]

Mai Chen: The case for pale stale males

Media releases

Published on New Zealand Herald Mai Chen, Managing Partner of Chen Palmer, Chair of the Superdiversity Centre for Law, Policy and Business, and BNZ Director writes in support of defining merit in a way that does not exclude diverse people. […]

Courage best answer to intolerance

News articles

Published in the NZ Herald The Herald this week marks the launch of Super Diverse Women — a new organisation dedicated to championing the rights and achievements of women from indigenous and migrant backgrounds. Today, we talk to Charmeyne Te […]

Employers see a plus in diversity

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Published in the NZ Herald Employers are increasingly taking advantage of the diversity of their workforce to access opportunities in new markets, according to recent research. To mark its launch, organisation Super Diverse Women commissioned a survey of almost 300 […]