New Zealand is superdiverse, having seen unprecedented increases in the ethnic, cultural, social and linguistic diversity of the New Zealand population embedded in a rapidly developing bicultural legislative system.
There are now 160 different languages spoken in New Zealand, and Auckland is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world. Is it time for New Zealand to have a more unified approach to languages?
Please join distinguished guests and members of the Vice President’s Te Whāinga Aronui o Te Apārangi Humanities and Social Science Advisory Panel in launching the Society’s paper.
Date: Tuesday 5 March 2013
Location: Auditorium, Level 2, Tamaki Paenga Hira Auckland Museum
Register online by 26 February
- Download a copy of Languages in Aotearoa New Zealand
For more information please contact:
Dr Paul Behrens