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What is new in Multicultural Nelson Tasman?

4/11/2020
October has flown by and it feels that 2020 is racing towards its end. This past month has been marked by some significant events regionally, nationally and on a global scale and. New Zealand has re-elected Jacinda Ardern. read more »
What is new in Multicultural Nelson Tasman?

Our People, Our Cultures, Our Languages

21/09/2020
Today marks the official start of spring and just in time for the new season, the majority of the country moves back to Alert level 1 from tomorrow, Tuesday 22 September. As the days get longer and warmer, we at Multicultural Nelson Tasman are looking fo read more »
Our People, Our Cultures, Our Languages

MNT AGM 2020 and new Management Committee

7/08/2020
Many things have happened around the world, in New Zealand and in our Nelson Tasman community since our last newsletter. It seems that New Zealanders, and especially Nelsonians, have well adapted to the 'new normal' in this ever changing post-lockdown COV read more »
MNT AGM 2020 and new Management Committee

Do you know what MATARIKI means?

11/07/2020
We are delighted to write to you today and invite you to celebrate with us: New Zealand is free of COVID as one of the first countries in the world. Our joint efforts, resilience and compassion as well as New Zealand’s isolated geographical position have read more »
Do you know what MATARIKI means?

A new team for Multicultural Nelson Tasman

28/02/2020
I'm honored to be in this role and I look forward to working together with all of you! I hope that through continued collaboration and open communication, we can ensure that Nelson Tasman stays a diverse, welcoming and vibrant multicultural region.“ read more »
A new team for Multicultural Nelson Tasman

April News

5/04/2019
Thank you...to over 5000 people who were able to enjoy Race Unity Day on 28 March and those who couldn't make it but wished us well. What a glorious day it was. People commented on how incredible and wonderful our region's rich diverse cultures lit the park up through food, music, dance, song, arts/products including the many information booths. At least... read more »
April News

Supporting Migrants to Volunteer

13/10/2018
Volunteering New Zealand is developing and delivering a nationwide programme to support better volunteering outcomes for recent migrants to Aotearoa New Zealand. They aim to strengthen volunteering opportunities for recent migrants and demonstrate how volunteering can make an important contribution to their positive settlement and inclusion in communities. The Migrant Volunteering programme focuses on supporting the community and voluntary sector to... read more »
Supporting Migrants to Volunteer
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