Think Diversity Magazine

As a country, we have done so well in accommodating those who have decided to resettle in NZ from various countries and backgrounds. Those who resettle in New Zealand are often presented with so many opportunities that have helped them reach their potentials. Without a doubt, New Zealand is a great example of a very caring and accommodating nation.

We felt compelled to do something that might encourage our nation to further engage in the different cultures they see around them. We believe that understanding leads to empathy and that empathy leads to a whole host of other good things – compassion, harmony, inclusivity – that will contribute to making the world a better place.

Our mission is to bring New Zealand’s diversity to life via print and digital media and, in doing so, to inspire our audiences to be more curious, more open-minded and more engaged with their neighbours. And so we created a number of platforms for kiwis to share and learn about one another, with Think Diversity magazine being one of them.

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One of the advantages of storytelling is that you don’t need to be a writer, a public speaker, or a historian to tell a compelling narrative. If you’re giving a

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Mixed Race

The world came a long way to accept diversity as a way of life. New Zealand as a country became the first nation to grant women rights to vote as

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Cultural Identity

Culture is important to us as it defines who we are as human beings. This reminds me of Dr. Mohammad Muazzam, an English professor at Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan,

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There is this old saying among the Akan people of Ghana that a family is like a forest. When you are outside, it is dense; when you are inside, you

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Race, a simple four letter word we use to describe a grouping of humans based on shared physical or social qualities. But in this day and age, why do we

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