A chart of useful contacts and organisations
• Getting information • tax numbers • bank accounts • Find a place to live • Improve your English • Choose a school • Find work • Getting around • Health • Shopping • Resource Use and Conservation
This book tells the stories of former refugees living in Nelson. These are the Words to the song that Tika Regmi wrote for the launch of New Beginnings that the Bhutanese Nepali community sang at the launch.
With recipes from 48 different cultures donated by people who now call Nelson Home, this cookbook is available for $25 from Nelson Multicultural Council and Nelson Trade Aid, 148 Hardy St. Watch some of the contributors as they prepare their dishes in their own kitchens. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZF1aR-F9CFk
SpeakOut Nelson Tasman Resources: –10 Simple Ways to Eliminate Racism, Poster and rack card
Print these posters and rack cards for your workplaces and classrooms. The SpeakOut Nelson Tasman reporting system is based on recommendations contained in the research report Towards a Reporting System in Nelson Tasman Diverse Communities Speak 2009 by Debbie Kohner, Human Rights lawyer. Nelson Multicultural Council was instrumental in facilitating this research project. Debbie Kohner Radio Interview.
Settling In is a strength based community development initiative that focuses on identifying the social needs of migrants and refugees and supporting communities to address these. Settling In supports host communities to understand and embrace diversity and its benefits.The Settling In Tasman (SIT) working group and wider community prioritise and address recommendations and anyone interested in being on this working party can contact the office.