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Multicultural Rotorua Meeting

When:

Tue 12 Mar 2013, 7:30pm–9:00pm

Where: Rotorua Community House, 1115 Haupapa Street, Rotorua, Bay of Plenty

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: Alexis LewGor

The Rotorua Multicultural Council performs a valuable role in Rotorua and its surrounding areas as an essential resource for cross-cultural understanding and offers support and friendship to Rotorua residents from the many different cultures that make up our community. Our mission is:

To protect and promote the interests of many different ethnic groups that make Rotorua a multicultural city.

Our objectives are:
1. Welcome and assist new migrants to settle into their adopted country and community.
2. We encourage all ethnic peoples to accept and appreciate each other’s differences.
3. We hold monthly meetings and generate newsletters with information that will help newcomers settle comfortably into their new home.
4. We offer a referral service to anyone who is looking for information.
5. We offer support to organizations that are looking for interpreters to help with the language barriers.
6. We organise forums where the public is invited to share with others their cultures and the general public
7. Organises events to as an opportunity for everyone to learn from and share in the many different cultures in our community in a colourful and enjoyable way because by celebrating our cultures together we can rise above the fears of our new settlers.

Who is RMC?
a) We are one of the 19 regional MC councils who are affiliated to the NZ Federation of Multicultural Councils.
b) To promote and protect the interests of the many different cultural groups which make Rotorua a multicultural city and New Zealand a multicultural society.
c) To raise consciousness among the cultural groups of the special status of the Maori people as Tangata Whenua and their special rights under the Treaty of Waitangi.
d) To assist Government and local Government agencies to consult with the cultural groups of the area.
e) To provide a forum for the cultural groups to share experiences and friendship.
f) To enable the cultural groups to give each other mutual support and strength to deal with issues which affect them all and to speak with one voice on such issues.
g) To protect the democratic right of the cultural groups to participate in decisions which affect them?
h) To enable the cultural groups to openly express their commitment to New Zealand while at the same time protecting and sharing their cultural heritage and identity.
i) To do any other act which supports the objectives of the Council?

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