Other resources

The Encyclopaedia of New Zealand is a web-based encyclopaedia and comprehensive guide to NZ – its people, land, culture, history and identity.

Connecting Cultures Journal of ESOL Home Tutors

‘Race’ and difference – developing practice in lifelong learning Published in Infed (open, independent and not for profit site put together by small group of educators.

Out at work Understanding your rights to be an inclusive workplace – a guide to the rights of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual employees in NZ

Culture Grams provides concise, reliable, up-to-date information on the world’s cultures. Four page reports as available for more than 200 countries. N.B. this is a not a free resource.

Dev Net Development network links people and organisations involved and interested in the broad field of international development in Aotearoa New Zealand and the wider world.

Intercultural Press provides a diverse collection of publications to promote intercultural learning and skills development and to support intercultural effectiveness.

Korero Māori is an interactive website for learning Māori Language.

Language Line provides information about a telephone interpreting service that helps people access the services of government agencies in different languages.

Statistics New Zealand provides census information e.g. Quickstats – Culture and Identity.

Journal of Intercultural Studies showcases innovative scholarship about emerging cultural formations, intercultural negotiations and contemporary challenges to cultures and identities.