The events of this week were not exactly how we would have liked to usher in the year of the Ox.
In this month's ED Update executive director Simon Draper looks at some of the way the Foundation has been reaching out to stakeholders while face-to-face activities are still largely on hold.
The opening of our formal presence in the South Island was the highlight of the past few weeks at the Foundation.
The highlight for me over a busy month was bringing together our “25 Young People to Watch” to be presented with their certificates at an event at Parliament.
Tēnā anō koe. As I’m sure you’re all aware, this week is Te Wiki o te Reo Māori.
Kia ora koutou. Maybe it's because it's midwinter and because July for me was broken up by engagements outside of Wellington, but this month's update seems to have rolled around quickly...
The terrible events of March 15 have made us all pause and reflect upon what that day says about us as a society. I’d like to think that while the deed may shed light upon a small hate-filled minority
Last week we released our latest research Starting Strong: Nurturing the potential of our Asian under-fives’, which looks at the changing demographics of our under-five population.
Today the Asia New Zealand Foundation has released the latest report in its tracking survey New Zealanders’ Perceptions of Asia and Asian Peoples.
There’s no better way to gauge the mood of a nation than to talk to well-connected people on the ground who understand the country intimately.