The philosophy of exchanges between cultural groups within a society
EthnicA Conferences 2013
The Office of Ethnic Affairs work to promote the benefits of ethnic diversity to develop prosperity for every New Zealander.
New Zealand is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the OECD. Nearly a quarter of New Zealanders were born overseas.
This diversity helps New Zealand move forward economically, socially and culturally.
Annual EthnicA Conferences bring inspiring speakers together and encourage invigorating debate on issues arising from New Zealand's ethnic diversity. They are a great place to share ideas and make new friends.
About Viva Eclectika
Viva Eclectika is New Zealand's leading Intercultural Dance and Music Challenge promoting cultural fusion organised by NZAA.
Viva Eclectika is a biennial event that is run in association with the Human Rights Commission and Race Relations Office since its inception in 1999 and is part of the Diversity Forum 2013.
Mission Viva Eclectika offers communities a platform to recreate dance/music which fuses aspects from their own culture with that of at least one other different culture to forge positive relations in the community.
Description Viva Eclectika 2013 Intercultural Dance and Music Challenge will be held on 31 August 2013 at 7pm at the Dorothy Winstone Centre, Auckland Girls Grammar School, 16 Howe Street, Auckland.
About New Zealand Asia Association Inc (NZAA)
The New Zealand Asia Association Inc (NZAA) is a non-profit community organisation with the Right Reverend Sir Paul Reeves as its patron.
NZAA aims to promote unity, goodwill and understanding between the peoples of Asia and New Zealand. NZAA Inc believes that the spirit of friendship, goodwill, understanding and unity is enhanced by encouraging people in the diversity of their respective cultural backgrounds to socialise and work together on community projects.
April Shin is a committee bridging both cultures between Korean Community with other Asian Communities in Auckland for a smooth public relation.