Issue 18 of The Migrant Times: 8 March 2017
What's inside the 18th issue of The Migrant Times:
- Conversations on immigration race relations - Kanwaljit Singh Bakshi (National List MP), James Shaw (co-leader of the Green Party) and Dame Susan Devoy (Race Relations Commissioner)
- "We want our daughter back and some time to look for other options" says Indian couple whose child was removed by Child, Youth and Family
- Why volunteering will make your life better
- Migrant exploitation: Clampdown on rogue employers, as Woodhouse announces new measures
- The $6 million Community Resilience Partnership Fund launched - targeted at Canterbury’s wellbeing
- Community radio: Namaste Nepal - a greeting from Nepal
- Christchurch Labour MP's and candidates meet with Canterbury Refugee Council
- Celebrations: Holi, Festival of Nations and Latino summer celebrations
- Canterbury Business Association launches a free migrant employment and legal advisory service
- Japanese Film Festival at St Margaret’s College
- Rajesh Nayyar - a doyen of Indian women cricket
- Canterbury Japan Day: 'Spring in Japan' was the theme
Read Issue 18 of The Migrant Times online - 8th to 21st March 2017.
Happy reading everyone!
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