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Commissioner Howard Broad and Race Relations Commissioner Joris de Bres at the launch. Photo by Anna Woolnough

Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand Police finds Engagement with Migrant Communities

Handbook to religious diversity helps police improve relations with minority groups

The Living Together collection @ Cities of Migration showcases innovative local practices that promote social inclusion, participation and intercultural dialogue. This includes practices, strategies and initiatives in the following areas:

  • social cohesion, equality and nondiscrimination;
  • belonging, identity and interaction;
  • intercultural dialogue;
  • participation and citizenship; and participatory approaches that strengthen engagement between civil society and local government institutions.

The Living Together collection builds on the work of the Open Society Foundations’ At Home inEurope project.

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