Organisations and networks
Aotearoa Ethnic Network The Aotearoa Ethnic Network promotes and connects ethnic communities in New Zealand. Its journal promotes critical debate on issues facing migrants and refugees, ethnic diasporic and religious communities.
The NZ AIDS Foundation Includes link an extensive library collection on a large range of AIDS related topics
Weka is New Zealand's disability information web site for people with disabilities, their families, whanau and caregivers, health professionals and disability information providers.
EEO Trust The Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) Trust provides information and tools on EEO and raises awareness of diversity issues in the workplace.
Auckland Regional Migrant Services The ARMS Charitable Trustis a non-profit organisation which supports migrants and refugees to settle successfully in the Auckland Region.
Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research CACR is engaged in research, training, public education and policy advice across four major areas of cross cultural study: Cross-cultural comparison; Acculturation and adaptation.
The Pasifika Education Centre PEC's role is to promote life long learning for Pacific people in the Adult and Community Education sector.
Rainbow Youth Education in schools, support groups, advocacy, and resources which promote equality and acceptance
National Equal Opportunities Network NEON is a partnership between the Human Rights Commission and the EEO Trust.
CCS Disability Services works in partnership with disabled people, their families and whanau to ensure equality of opportunity, quality of life and an environment that enhances full community integration and participation.
Event Finder Connects people with New Zealand culture (art, performance, music, books, heritage, festivals, events and more.
Age Concern works to serve the needs of older people by offering nationally contracted services, education, resources and national leadership. Agender NZ Inc supports transgender people and their families throughout New Zealand.