Aotearoa New Zealand's ethnic communities include anyone who identifies their ethnicity as:
Based on the 2018 Census, ethnic communities make up around a fifth of New Zealand’s population, almost a million people. This includes new and temporary migrants, former refugees, asylum-seekers, long-term settlers and those born in New Zealand.
They are an incredibly diverse group, representing over 200 ethnicities and speaking over 170 languages.
You can find out more using the Ethnic Communities’ Data Dashboard. Created in partnership with Statistics New Zealand, it is an interactive tool that allows you access to information on ethnic communities in Aotearoa New Zealand. You can use it to create comprehensive information on ethnicity, religion, and language – at national and regional levels.
Welcome to the Community Directory, a register of ethnic community organisations and support services.
If your organisation would like to be included in the directory, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|New Zealand Japan Society of Auckland||Founded in 1960, the New Zealand Japan Society of Auckland Incorporated is managed by volunteers, and has as its primary goal "the promotion of good will and understanding betweent the people of New Zealand and Japan. "||nzjapan.net||Auckland||Arts & Culture||021 276 7687||View|
|New Zealand Korean School Trust||Providing Korean language education to Korean kiwi children and local kiwis||Wellington/Kapiti||Education||021 136 3442||View|
|New Zealand Nepal Society Inc., Auckland||The Society is a non-profit organization fully supported by the voluntary services of its members. The members of New Zealand Nepal Society (NZNS) live in different parts of New Zealand, mainly Auckland.||www.nznepalsociety.co.nz||Auckland||Community Services||09 392 0029||View|
|New Zealand Sikh Women's Association||Providing support to women and children within the South East Asian community since 2002||nzswa.com||Auckland||Women, Community Services||09 270 0798||View|
|New Zealand Newcomers Network||Over recent years, New Zealand has become home to an increasingly diverse range of people and communities from different cultures. Many of these new settlers are migrants seeking new opportunities in New Zealand, while others are refugees who, for different reasons, are unable to remain in their homelands....||www.newcomers.co.nz||Nationwide||Community Services||04 916 9177||View|
|North Shore Ahlulbayt Centre||North Shore Ahlulbayt Centre was established to provide a venue for holding religious, social, and educational activities for all in general, and for residents in North Shore City in particular.||www.ahlulbayt.nz||Auckland||Faith Group||09 478 2522||View|
|Northland Indian Association Inc.||The Northland Indian Association (NIAI) was set up in 2008. Its aim is to promote Indian culture and well being in the Northland Indian community.||www.northlandindianassociation.com||Northland||Community Services||021 999 484||View|
|Pearl of the Islands Foundation Incorporation||Pearl of the Islands Foundation Inc. (PIF) is a non-profit charitable organisation established by mainly New Zealanders of Turkish descent in 2006.||pif.org.nz||Auckland||Community Services, Education, Arts & Culture, Migrant, Settlement||09 551 3733||View|
|Plains FM 96.9||Community access radio station delivering content made by, for and about Canterbury’s diverse communities. The facilities and support for local content delivery on air and online, training in community media, community noticeboard for not-for-profit events....||www.plainsfm.org.nz||Canterbury||Community Services||03 365 7997||View|
|Puketapapa Community Driving School||PCDS aims to make driver training and license testing more accessible and affordable for youth, women and migrants.||pcds.co.nz||Auckland||Community Services||022 473 0284||View|