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Judges recommend changes to help Chinese litigants

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As reported in NZ Herald Research into challenges faced by growing numbers of Chinese litigants has seen judges recommend minimum standards for interpreters and changes to court processes. Mai Chen’s Superdiversity Institute launched a study into cultural and linguistically diverse […]

Crisis facing courts as Chinese people seek justice in NZ

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Featured in RNZ New Zealand’s rapid transition to a multicultural society is causing problems for our judicial and legal systems. That’s the conclusion of a new report from the Superdiversity Institute for Law, Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Parties in the Courts: […]

Ground breaking report into Superdiverse parties in courts

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The Superdiversity Institute for Law, Policy and Business is releasing its latest report today on Culturally, ethnically and linguistically diverse parties in the Courts: A Chinese case study. The Report’s author, Mai Chen, Chair of the Superdiversity Institute said “Superdiversity is […]

Auckland stages cultural intelligence think tank on sport

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Published on Australasian Leisure Management 26 August 2019 More than 70 sport and recreation leaders attended the inaugural Tāmaki Makaurau: today and tomorrow – leading diversity and inclusion in sport event, co-hosted by Aktive, AUT Sports Performance Research Institute New […]

Cultural intelligence think tank on sport well received – Aktive

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Published on Voxy.co.nz By Sol Dolor 21 August 2019 More than 70 sport and recreation leaders recently attended the inaugural Tāmaki Makaurau: today and tomorrow – leading diversity and inclusion in sport event, co-hosted by Aktive, AUT Sports Performance Research Institute […]

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