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Leadership Network member putting in the mahi for social change

Leadership Network member Dr Claire Achmad has taken over the helm of Social Service Providers Aotearoa, advocating for those working with children, whānau and communities in tough situations.

Leadership / News
Q&A: Ziena and Pete's mentorship journey

We chat with Leadership Network members Ziena Jalil and Pete McKenzie about their experiences taking part in the network's Mentorship Programme.

Business / News
NZ China Council internship "challenging and exciting"

William Spear says his internship with the NZ China Council has given him new found appreciation of the complexities and importance of NZ's relationship with China.

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Simon Draper's March 2021 Update

Simon Draper looks back on some of the events of March and how they impacted the Foundation and its work. He also looks forward to the month ahead.

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Broadening our conversations on China

New Zealand must have more nuanced conversations about its relationship with China, says the Foundation's executive director Simon Draper.

Research / News
Exploring Asia through kapa haka

Atera Apirana's love of kapa haka has taken her to Japan and China to perform and been the catalyst for learning about the cultures of those countries.

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Online intern delves into the impacts of Covid on S. Korea's film industry

Intern Kate Falloon says her online internship with Korean entertainment company CJ Cultural Foundation provided her with invaluable insights into Korean culture and a desire to return there to study.

Track II / News
Vaccine diplomacy- the next bargaining frontier?

Masters student Kate Hellings looks at what might be behind the decisions countries make when it comes to the purchase and distribution of Covid-19 vaccines.

Leadership / News
Tauranga hui explores notions of leadership

Leadership Network member Sean Kinsella reflects on the network's Rethinking Leadership Hui - his apprehensions going into it, what the weekend was like and what he took away from the experience.

Arts / News
IN TOUCH - Pilgrimage

IN TOUCH arts commissions: We talk to John Williams about his photo series following the final days of Hindu pilgrims as they journey to the Indian city of Varanasi to die.

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Art to bind cultures

Karl Johnstone is the owner and director of Haumi NZ, a business that initiates designs and delivers projects of national and international significance both in New Zealand and throughout the world.

Track II / News
Vietnam Track II a window into international diplomacy

In 2018, Leadership Network member Sarah Pereira was part of a Foundation-led Track II delegation to Vietnam. In this article, Sarah reflects on the experience and how it's impacted her career.

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