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Wellington cab drivers to pay tribute to Christchurch victim

Thursday, 21 March 2019, 2:08 pm | Multicultural Aotearoa

Wellington cab drivers to pay tribute to Christchurch victims, on Friday 23 at Wellington Airport. A special vigil has been arranged at the Wellington Airport organised by Multicultural New Zealand and Wellington Airport. More >>

Race Relations Day a chance to remember the victims

Wednesday, 20 March 2019, 5:12 pm | Multicultural Aotearoa

Race Relations Day (Thursday 21 March) provides a chance to remember the victims and survivors of the attacks in Christchurch and reflect on how we can create a more harmonious society, Pancha Narayanan, National President of Multicultural New Zealand ... More >>

MNZ Supports the Global Compact on Migration

Tuesday, 11 December 2018, 1:01 pm | Multicultural Aotearoa

Morocco is hosting the Intergovernmental Conference to adopt the ‘Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration’ today and tomorrow. More >>

Multicultural Aotearoa Says 3000+ Marched

Tuesday, 26 October 2004, 10:24 am | Multicultural Aotearoa

3000-4000 people joined the march against racism in Wellington on Saturday, which marched to parliament peacefully to affirm diversity in New Zealand and reject racist ideology. Police have given some strange estimates of the crowd-numbers for the anti-racism ... More >>

Shortland Street Star Speaks Out Against Racism

Friday, 15 October 2004, 12:37 am | Multicultural Aotearoa

Actress and musician Li-Ming Hu, otherwise known as Shortland Street’s “Doctor Li-Mei Chen”, is calling on New Zealanders to attend the Wellington march against racism on Labour Weekend. More >>

March Against Racism Forces Backdown

Wednesday, 6 October 2004, 2:59 pm | Multicultural Aotearoa

Amid mounting public support for a Wellington march against racism, the National Front have abruptly dropped the anti-Asian agenda for their rally at Parliament on Labour weekend and have not revealed their new focus. March for a Multicultural Aotearoa ... More >>

March against racism backed by communities

Tuesday, 5 October 2004, 8:30 am | Multicultural Aotearoa

Against a backdrop of concerns about racist attacks and harassment, ethnic community leaders and prominent New Zealanders from diverse cultural backgrounds are endorsing a planned anti-racism march in Wellington. More >>

March Against Racism Statement withdrawn:

Tuesday, 5 October 2004, 8:28 am | Multicultural Aotearoa

Due to an unfortunate miscommunication, President of the New Zealand Federation of Ethnic Councils, Pancha Narayanan was misquoted in our previous press release concerning the anti-racist march to take place on October 23. More >>