Media releases archive

Mai Chen: Diversity of public sector boards in the spotlight

Media releases Radio New Zealand, 7 May 2018 Ethnic Communities Minister Jenny Salesa has ordered a stocktake of ethnic diversity on public sector boards, because at the moment the government doesn’t know the ethnic make-up of its own boards. While women […]

The Panel with Jock Anderson, and Mai Chen (Part 1)

Media releases Radio New Zealand, 2 May 2018 QV says some first-buyers have decided owning a house is more affordable than renting. In some regions rent is almost as high as a mortgage repayment, though first-home buyers also need to raise […]

Auckland Grammar pays out $20,000 in bullying settlement

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Stuff – Thursday, 14 March 2018 Auckland Grammar pays out $20,000 in bullying settlement A prestigious Auckland secondary school paid $20,000 to the family of a bullied student. Jesse Liu was the victim of two assaults by another student at Auckland Grammar […]

SUPERdiverse WOMEN join the #myidentity challenge

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SUPERdiverse WOMEN join the #myidentity challenge Thursday, 8 March 2018, 11:48 am Press Release: Scoop Mai Chen, Chair, SUPERdiverse WOMEN, welcomes the #myidentity videos received from the following prominent women, many of whom are members: • Alexia Hilbertidou, CEO, GirlBoss • […]


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Zong-Pei Zhao, Special Counsel, Chen Palmer Partners discussed the new policies proposed for compulsory and tertiary education by the Labour-led government.  Click here (first episode) and here (second episode) to watch Zong-Pei Zhao on WTV (Chinese Mandarin)

Mai Chen: NZ experiencing significant change in gender parity

Media releases Newstalk ZB, SectionAudio, Publish DateThursday, 8 March 2018, 7:37AM A law expert says we’re seeing a sea change when it comes to gender parity. Today is International Women’s Day and the theme is, ‘Press For Progress’. Super Diverse Women founder, Mai […]

Celebrating diversity in our schools

Media releases “Diversity, to me, is accepting others, no matter who they are, where they come from or what they like doing, or what they dislike doing. It’s about loving everyone as much as you love yourself,” says Amber, a Manurewa […]