The Superdiversity Centre has released a CQ Stocktake from the Response to the Superdiversity Stocktake forums held last month in Auckland and Wellington, at which world-class superdiversity expert and founder of Common Purpose, Julia Middleton, gave the keynote addresses on how New Zealand can develop cultural intelligence to lift its economic and social performance, followed by presentations by key business and public sector leaders.
Foreign investors looking to swoop in and take advantage of the distressed or mortgagee sale of farms over the next year may find they are not easy pickings.
Anthony Healy, CEO of BNZ addressed the Superdiversity Stocktake Forum held on 8 March 2016.
The Education Act 1989 is being reviewed, so now seems an ideal time to address the lack of a specialist complaints review and resolution body in the school sector.
The International Travel College of New Zealand (ITC), the Superdiversity Centre and top law expert Mai Chen have joined forces to encourage increased cultural competence in the New Zealand tourism industry.
The Prime Minister gave his Annual Statement to Parliament this week outlining the Government’s priorities for 2016. These include a review of the Overseas Investment Office which started last year.
Migrants coming to live and work in the south will be the future of Southland.
For the first time, this year there’ll be equal numbers of men and women lawyers. Managing Partner Mai Chen provides comment.
Waitangi Day looms. National day or holiday? A day to validate our national story or a day at the beach or the mall? A day of substance or a day of symbol?
Was 2015 the year New Zealand business, media and Government finally got forced into a long-overdue conversation around New Zealand and diversity?