Ethnic Group Profile Seminars

Sep 26, 2014 | Events

What will we be talking about?

* quick overview of the census
* information on different ethnic groups in New Zealand
* what information is available from the 2013 Census
* how you can use the census data

What will we cover in the interactive sessions?

* navigate the census pages on our website
* access information about your own ethnic group

If you have an electronic device (lap-top, iPad or tablet) please bring it along so that you can explore our website during the interactive session.

Sessions:

Date: Monday 6th October
Seminar Time: Seminar One – 1.15p.m – 3.00p.m; Seminar Two – 5.15p.m – 7.00p.m
Venue: The Link, St Andrews Community Centre
Address: Corner of River Road and Te Aroha Street
City/Town: Hamilton

Date:Tuesday 7th October
Seminar Time: Seminar One – 1.15 p.m – 3.00p.m
Venue: Hobson Lounge, Alexandra Park Convention Centre
Address: Corner of Green Lane West and Manukau Road
City/Town: Auckland

Date:Wednesday 8th October
Seminar Time: Seminar One – 1.15p.m – 3.00p.m; Seminar Two – 5.15p.m – 7.00p.m
Venue: Fickling Convention Centre, Wesley Community Centre
Address: 546 Mt Albert Road, Three Kings
740 Sandringham Road, Mt Roskill
City/Town: Auckland

Date:Friday 17th October
Seminar Time: Seminar One – 1.15p.m – 3.00p.m; Session Two – 5.15p.m – 7.00p.m
Venue: Museum of Wellington City and Sea
Address: Queens Wharf 3, Jervois Quay
City/Town: Wellington

Date:Monday 20th October
Seminar Time: Seminar One – 1.15p.m – 3.00p.m; Session Two – 5.15p.m – 7.00p.m
Venue: National Library, Christchurch
Address: 150 Cavendish Road, Casebrook
City/Town: Christchurch

Date:Tuesday 21st October
Seminar Time: Seminar One – 3.15p.m – 5.00p.m
Venue: Dunedin City Library
Address: 230 Moray Place
City: Dunedin

Light refreshments will be provided at the start of each seminar.

How do I register to attend a seminar?

Email: census.external.relations@stats.govt.nz.

Type the date and venue of the seminar you would like to attend in the subject line please.

Type your contact details, including your organisation and position, where applicable.

A confirmation email will be sent to you.

We would also appreciate if you would send this email to any other contacts you think might like to come along.

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