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Annual Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads conference 2013

October 21 - 22, 2013

Wellington; Massey University Great Hall and Theatrette

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Annual Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads conference 2013

 

October 21 - 22, Wellington; Massey University Great Hall and Theatrette

The annual Pathways conference, co-hosted by the Nga Tangat Oho Mairangi research team and the Ministry of business, Innovation and Employment, took place last month in Wellington.

The Pathways, Circuits and Crossroads conference offered an exciting array of local and international speakers to discuss the impacts of the rapidly changing populations as well as the processes and policies of international migration systems. 

The conference was attended by over 150 people from a range of backgrounds including policy people, academics and community service providers.

For further details, presentations and video recording from this event, please visit the Nga Tangata Oho Mairangi website:

http://www.ngatangata.ac.nz/

 

For more information, or if you have any queries about the conference, please contact Professor Paul Spoonley from the Integration of Immigrants Programme


21st Century Citizenship in New Zealand - Lecture Series

Wednesday, 07 August 2013

Sir Neil Waters Lecture Theatres, Massey University Albany Campus

The School of People, Environment and Planning invites you to a new lecture series

Speaker: Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley

What does it mean to be an Aucklander?

Cultural Diversity and Citizenship in the 21st Century

 

Auckland's' demographic and cultural mix has changed dramatically in recent decades.  The city is now one of the most immigrant-dependent in the world with 56 per cent of residents either immigrants, or the children of immigrants.  This lecture explores these changes and the implications for everything, from our food habits and sports to identity and language, and asks: do we need to rethink what it means to be an Aucklander or New Zealander in the 21st Century?

 

Click HERE for more information on this lecture RSVP: A.K.TOOTELL Tel: (06) 356 9099 Extn 7246 OR REGISTER HERE

Refreshments will be provided. RSVP or Registration is essential for this free public lecture as seating is limited.

For information on other Lectures in this Series please click HERE

 

For more information and registration please visit the website of